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Internet Hoarding is a distillation of the design & development resources I find around Twitter, talking with industry friends, and working at an awesome design company. It started internally as a weekly-ish roundup email and ultimately found its way onto the blog. Our industry is shipping new awesomeness each and every day, almost too quickly. It’s tough to keep up, so this is one way for you to get the Cliff’s Notes for what’s new in the industry and perhaps what you should start paying attention to. You can also check out DT-tv if you’d rather watch than read.

Designer Goods

Aqualitis

A real, yet surreal, site for a legitimate oceanic scientific endeavor.

Everyone Deserves Great Design

A new mindset for product designers — and a beautiful site.

Hammerhead

Navigation specifically for cycling.

New Work: Code Academy

A nice insight into the redesign of CodeCademy’s identity and website.

And they all look just the same

Web design’s growing tendency to mimic and become one large blurry background with text over the top.

Is it “mobile first” or “content first”?

What’s the difference?

A letter to a Junior Designer

Words to live — or start — a career by.


And one from the private email collection

3 Ways to Design for Extensibility

Pixel perfect layouts in today’s mobile internet climate are merely an oasis in the desert. Here are some viable options.


Developer Bits

Inline SVG vs Icon Fonts

When and why you should use one over the other.

Single Field Credit Card Input Pattern

So clean. But would your crazy aunt be able to use it to buy her yarn in bulk?

Learn Version Control with Git

Chances are you already know this, but you probably know someone who doesn’t, but should.


And one from the private email collection

A Grid System for Humans

Pixel perfect layouts in todays mobile internet climate are merely an oasis in the desert. Here are some viable options.


General Awesomeness

No New Tools

Express your grid the same way a human would describe it, rather than how a machine would read it. A nice looking site too!

Inside the black box of web design pricing

A straightforward and honest post from Jeff Archibald.

How Americans Die

Smooth interactions for data visualization to make an impactful experience.


And one from the private email collection

Nightwalk with Google

Another awesome project from the Google team which tours you through an incredibly detailed tour of Marseille, France. It’s like street view amplified.


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