For this post, I’ve browsed many different sites for some of the best Apple logo wallpapers offered for the iPhone. I kept finding my way back to the same place though, Flickr. So I’ve compiled a list of the best Apple logo wallpapers offered for the iPhone and they all can be found at Flickr. Because of this, that’s where they are all linked to in this article. Hope you enjoy!
Like many people out there, I can never get enough fonts. And when they’re free, that’s pretty awesome too! In this post I list 20 free professional sans serif fonts that are absolutely to die for. Be on the lookout soon for an article about 20 free professional serif fonts too!
In this article, I list some of the greatest add-ons that Firefox offers for Twitter users. Some of these add-ons range from an average Twitter user to a power Twitter user. These are some great add-ons, hope you enjoy!
Sometimes I feel that some of the great designers out there don’t get enough credit. So for this post, I have put together a few amazing designers along with some of the great web sites that they’re linked with.
By now, I’m sure the majority of the design community knows what a favicon is, so I won’t go into explaining it. However, I have managed to compile a large list of sites that can be helpful to you when trying to generate those favicons we all hate so much to create.
Here I’ve compiled a quick list of 10 beautifully designed sets of tabbed navigation. I’ve tried to stay away from some of the same sites that I keep seeing all over the place like Panic’s Coda. It’s a great site, but I see it in so many different design lists.
Ever wonder how to add social bookmark links to your WordPress blog without any plugins or icons attached to them? This article gives you the plain text code for many different social media sites such as Digg, Facebook, Reddit, Delicious, and many more. These links allow you to fully customize your WordPress site even more.
There are many web sites that continue to create and push their sites to a new level. I’m always wondering how they did some things. So I’ve put together a little round-up of how to replicate some of our favorite sites. In volume 1 of this series, I look at Flickr, but coming soon I’ll take a look at some other popular websites including like Apple and Facebook.