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Web Design & CSS Inspiration for the iPhone — CSS iPhone

Web Design & CSS Inspiration for the iPhone — CSS iPhone

Top 100 CSS Designs of 2007 From big budget to small budget, intense to simplistic, this is one monster of a top 100 compilation! Take a moment to enjoy this year's best designs the world has to offer. Each site is rated in order of uniqueness, visual quality, and overall presentation. The arduous process of identifying the top 100 designs of 2007 was simple: find the best, new designs (including redesigns) of 2007 and rate them in order from 100 to one. Some designs are just stunning. Enjoy the Top 100 CSS Designs of 2007 below: And so this ends the top 100. So long 2007 it was a great year in design.

45 Mobile Web Designs To Show You One Of Future Trends Even if now not many visitors come to the website through his mobile phone, but be sure it’s the future, where people will use their smart phones everywhere to access their favorite websites when they are on the road and want to fill their free time with useful reading. We are designers and we need to think how to create more usable sites for such needs and today we showcased 45 great mobile webdesigns to get you inspired! If you do not know you can check other website designs here – this is iPhone simulator, but there are plenty of other ones to check on Android,Windows Mobile etc. – just input there website you want to check and hit enter. Also thing to remember, if site has mobile design version and you don’t get it automatically, you can access it by putting “m” before website address – “” – from smartphones and iPhones you need to use this mobile address as well to access it. 1. Victoria’s Secret Pink 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. iWeathr 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19.

A Beautiful Apple-style Slideshow Gallery With CSS & jQuery – Tutorialzine Martin Angelov Introduction When speaking about design, there is one company that is impossible to go without. This week, we are making an Apple-like slideshow gallery, similar to the one they use on their website to showcase their products. So go ahead and download the example source code and continue with the first step. Step 1 – XHTML There is no need for a database nor a PHP back-end for this gallery. Lets take a closer look at the XHTML markup: demo.html The idea is simple – there are two main container DIVs – the one with id=”menu” holds the thumbnails, and the other – “slides” holds the slides themselves. To add a new slide, you’ll just have to add new elements to both containers. You can even put any kind of HTML in as well. That said, it is important to have the width and height attributes set up of the slide images – it is used by jQuery to determine the width of the sliding area, as you’ll see in a moment. Also notice that the thumbnail LI elements. An Apple-like Slideshow Gallery

Mobile Design Media Queries CSS GALLERY for inspiration | CSSMAYO Sites web mobiles, exemples et inspiration existe depuis maintenant un peu plus de deux mois et nous n’avons pas encore parlé des sites web sur les téléphones mobiles. Nous ne possèdons pas encore de version mobile pour notre site mais cela fait partie de nos priorités. Par ailleurs, plusieurs des sites web populaires proposent désormais à leurs usagers, une version mobile de leur site Internet. Dans ce billet, vous trouverez une liste de 38 sites web mobiles parfaitement designés et optimisés spécialement pour les téléphones intelligents. J’espère que cette liste pourra vous aider à vous inspirer lorsqu’un client vous demandera une version mobile de leur site web ! « Billet original paru sur le site web et a été écrit par Nick La. Nclud Mail Chimp iA Viget Labs Tabo Bell Element Fusion Snook Coosh Smashing Magazine A List Apart Procab Studio McDonald Victoria’s Secret Ars American Eagle Veerle’s Blog Please Fix The iPhone Walmart Mixx DeviantArt Sony Bravia MapQuest Cnet iWeathr Erskine Nike Lab Upstruct Key Point Mashable

Easy front-end framework Handheld Stylesheets - css-discuss From CSS Discuss Stylesheets for handheld devices This document describes some of the issues concerning the use of CSS for handheld devices (using the media type "handheld"). See also Media Stylesheets for practical media stylesheet strategies. List member Karen Stevenson has extensive experience of the subject and her comments are given below. Support for handhelds is going to be a far worse mess than the mess of browser support for computers. The future for handhelds will be XHTML and CSS, using a stylesheet designated with the media type "handheld". People who get Internet access on a handheld are more likely to be the ones who would be upgrading to newer, better devices, so my plan is to code to the standards and assume the devices will get there reasonably soon. Further advice Device widths: Jonny reports a huge range: 100-320px for mobile phones and 320-640px for PDAs. The W3C Mobile Web Initiative Workshop was held in November 2004. Selected links Introductory and practical

Eyes blink, minds boggle: The stunning effect of projection mapping O (Omicron) The Hala Stulecia (Centennial Hall) in Wroclaw, Poland, was aptly named as a celebration of the 100 year anniversary of Napoleon’s defeat at the Battle of Leipzig (thanks Wikipedia). Now, as its own centennial rolls around in 2013, AntiVJ have been commissioned to install a permeant projection map in its extraordinary, very modern concrete dome. The building, a feat of architectural engineering that at the time had not been seen since the Pantheon in Rome 18 centuries before, has stood the test of time and taste and it’s from this remarkable cultural longevity that directors Romain Tardy and Thomas Vaquié endeavoured to create O (Omicron), their vision “of a future with no precise time reference. Referring to science fiction works – Metropolis and the original Tron – allowed the duo to not dwell on the past while keeping in mind what its architect Max Berg must have thought at the time: “What could have been his vision of the monument in the distant future?”

CSS design gallery - CSS Gallery - Latest CSS based sites Le responsive design au service de l’image de marque Toujours plus connectés ! Aujourd’hui, des portables aux tablettes en passant par les ordinateurs et les smartphones, les supports se multiplient, les usages digitaux évoluent. On compte près de 24 millions d’utilisateurs de smartphones. L’accès à internet depuis un appareil mobile explose : au troisième trimestre 2011, 4 Français sur 10 accèdent au web depuis leur téléphone portable, soit 4 fois plus qu’en 2010 à la même époque. Cela représente 6 millions de personnes qui se connectent tous les jours à internet depuis un terminal mobile*. Des chiffres qui posent un constat sans appel : il devient urgent pour les marques de se faire connaître différemment. Le responsive design, pas si technique que ça Il y a eu le webdesign... et depuis mai 2010, le responsive design. « Le responsive design est une technique qui permet d’adapter une page web à terminal, un mobile, une tablette, ou un ordinateur par exemple. L’utilisateur avant tout

960 Grid System Shift Content Between Your Devices How many times have you sent yourself an email or SMS of something you want to remember, like a book or a URL and then it gets lost in your inbox, never to be seen again. With ShifD you can easily send an SMS of a note, place or link that will appear on your computer. The ShifD website is focused on a simple, clean and friendly design. You can add content with tags that are easily editable. DOWNLOADABLE Application Another great feature of ShifD is our simple and easy to use desktop application that includes all the same functionalitiy of the website. You can easily access, and add to your content, from any web enabled device.