Who hasn’t spent hours building and designing houses, castles, pirate ships and entire cities out of LEGOblocks? The team at Google Chrome has taken the LEGO-obsession to the next level with the Build With Chrome application for Google Maps. Build With Chrome let’s users construct a LEGO building with any
Set your website apart from the pack with a custom set of social media icons from Tony Thomas of MediaLoot. This icon pack includes 24 custom social icons from the most popular social networks with their logos redesigned as postage stamps for a classic design theme. Each icon comes as
Sprites allow designers to load one large image and display only a portion of that image at a given time, saving load time by including all the desired images for a webpage into one big graphic that loads at one time. While the CSS code gives the designer the
Fonts can add a touch of personality, class and style to a webpage, however browser restrictions limit which fonts can be natively displayed to a visitor. The is a free interface that gives designers access to a huge library of free fonts that can be quickly implemented on any page.
Older browsers are incompatible with the latest web languages and design standards. They cannot handle the same type of queries that the latest browsers can easily handle. The team at Visualidiot.com put together the Responsive IE6 tool so that users with legacy browsers like IE 5, 6, 7 can visit
There are a number of methods for displaying content on a webpage from simple static options to complex features like jQuery sliders and carousels. However displaying a large amount of text-laden content on a page poses specific challenges to designers. The team at Tympanus put together this tutorial for designers