a nice curated collection of all the web tools that do the hard work for you and generate all those fancy effects in the pre-fixed css formats you need. It’s actually great for learning how to break it all down.
"Parallax elements in your site based on mouse position." This is great. While I was building Midnite Mischief, I was looking for a way to parallax the moon and logo in the header. Now I have a way to experiment with this. AWESOME. Be sure to check out updates soon on that.
Move the Web Forward
You love web standards. You want to give back to the community. Curious about where to start? We’re here to help.
Whether you’re a talented web developer, web-slinging since the days of tables and
fonttags, or you’re a hobbyist hacker, there are a number ways for you to give back. Below, we list some of the ways that anyone can contribute back to the web platform.
Our goal is to make it easy for anyone to get started contributing to the platform, whether that’s learning more about how it works, teaching others, or writing specs. The web has grown due to people like you, and we want to make it even easier for people like you to give back.
A great amalgamation of web design resources, standardizations, articles to help you become the best lil’ web designer you can be. I found this interesting jQuery education site because of it: http://stage.learn.jquery.com/Reblogged Via: decodering
This is an amazing concept. Unlike other social/microblogging sites, this network only allows 1 post a week(hence the 52). This is a private network meant for creative professionals, but isn’t exclusive like dribble or forrst. I’ll give it a shot.
It’s created by the same genius behind SiteInspire.com, my daily web inspiration source. Here’s a description straight from the guy himself:
Let me introduce you to Fiftytwo. It’s a new network for creative professionals, which allows you to share just one piece of content – across five broad categories – per week. You can post a piece of new work, some work in progress, some general news or opinion, a question, or an opportunity (for example, a job opening at your agency, or a call for some help).