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Responsive Web Design: Fresh Tools, Articles and Tutorials inShare12 It’s been a while since we have last time posted our three roundups dedicated to responsive web design. A lot of new tools, tutorials, articles and techniques appeared and have decided to come up with the latest and newest collection of the freshest materials. Articles and Tutorials Responsive Grids With Susy How we built MSN UK’s responsive Olympics site How To Create A Responsive Navigation How to Create a Responsive Image Slider in jQuery and CSS3 In this tutorial we will code a responsive image slider from the Impressionist UI. Developing Responsive Designs With Opera Mobile Emulator Optimizing Typography in Responsive Web Design In this article, we will be discussing typography vis a vis responsive web design. Responsive background images with fixed or fluid aspect ratios Gamma Gallery: A Responsive Image Gallery Experiment Demo Mythbusting the Responsive Design Myth Responsive Menu Concepts The Responsive Designer Breaking Down the Responsive ReadWrite Redesign Advertisement Demo Demo

CSS3 & HTML5 Experiments That Will Blow Your Mind - 47 Examples While I was checking out various CSS3 and HTML5 experiments I also looked at the first ones that appeared for these new web technologies and they weren’t at all impressive, at the moment. Back then, though, they were insanely awesome. They were something that we have never seen before. Now there are just common things that almost everyone can do. I hope that in the near future, the experiments that are in this article, or most of them, will be something that anyone can think of and do on a daily basis for their clients. At the moment, unfortunately, some of these remain at the state of being called experiments, mostly because they aren’t supported by all the browsers. CSS3D Clouds Madmanimation cubic-bezier Clock Windows7 Start Menus CSS3 animations CSS3 Animation: Why not Zoidberg? Tilt shift text 3D City Every second one hour of video is uploaded to Youtube CSS3 patterns Wave Morphing cubes Experimental CSS3 Animations CSS Zoetrope Homer Animatable DOM Tree Animated Web Banners With CSS3 Typography Rain

Showcase of Parallax Scrolling Effects in Web Design The parallax illusion is one of the coolest effects to hit the world of web design. This showcase rounds up the best examples of websites that have a scrolling parallax effect. Some use the effect to add a subtle treat to the website’s background, whereas others use the parallax effect more prominently to create an exciting browsing experience. The parallax effect has been around for years in classic video games, but came into trend in the web design community when it was implemented into the background of the Silverback app website. The simple type of parallax effect seen on the Silverback site was used to spice the design with a hidden treat, only visible when the user’s browser is resized. This showcase of examples pulls together some of the latest and best vertical and/or scrolling parallax effects in web design, starting with the ever popular Nike Better World website. Nike Better World Campaign Monitor is Hiring Ben the Bodyguard Old Pulteney Row to the Pole DrupalCon Denver 2012 ap-o