Internet Hoarding is a weekly(ish) collection of links that I curate and share with the team here at digital-telepathy. Since it’s been going on with some regularity on an internal basis, we’ve decided to open up the audience by publishing these finds here on the Betterment blog.
This week is pretty heavy on the development side of things, but there are some gems for the whole interactive family nonetheless.
Internet Hoarding #1
Clean design, fun microinteractions and some really useful resources for keeping up on UX Design.
I highly recommend watching their reel. Best logopond ever at the end…
Own an Apple TV? Set Dribbble popular shots as your screensaver.
Seemingly cool service, fun site. A little over the top on the animations, but still fun and cool for a service site.
A really concept and design execution. Square now promotes local businesses all over the country using their service via the new Square Market.
A super comprehensive list of really useful resources for front-enders. Definitely bookmark-worthy!!
Responsive images: Checkout the speaker deck mid-page for some good details on this topic.
Pretty awesome new image serving service for RWD. May be an avenue for any future high-traffic Impress projects.
Make SVG fallbacks easy-peazy.
Get a server really quick for testing (specs: Ubuntu 13.04, 64-bit, 614 MiB of RAM, 8 GiB storage.)
Create nearly any enviro you need instantly on the web.
Flipjackify all the things!
Everything this dude makes is future. Very awesome modal experience demos.
Placeholder images of any type. PlaceKitten, PlaceSheen, PlaceBacn, etc… (via Amanda)
They made a game out of pronouncing their name in the browser. Pretty sweet!
Until Next Week
That’s all for this issue! If you’re still craving some stimulating links though I recommend checking out our backlog of Internet Hoarding posts. And if you have a link or two you’d like to share with the community feel free to share them in the comments below. No spam or self promotion though, because it will be deleted 😉
Until Next Week,