Our Favorite Tweets of the Week
Mar 21-Mar 27, 2011

Resources, Social Media | Mar 27, 2011

Every week we tweet a lot of interesting stuff highlighting great content that we find on the web that can be of interest to web designers.

The best way to keep track of our tweets is simply to follow us on Twitter, however, in case you missed some here’s a quick and useful compilation of the best tweets that we sent out this past week.

Note that this is only a very small selection of the links that we tweeted about, so don’t miss out.

To keep up to date with all the cool links, simply follow us @DesignerDepot

Browser Evolution – The History of Web Browsers [Infographic] –

Design for understanding – #webdesign

Website Speed Part 1: Write More Efficient CSS – #css

Impressive Time-Lapse Photography Examples –

They Just Don’t Make ‘Em Like They Used To… Thank God –

Dear Web Design Community, Where Have You Gone? –

Create a Sci-Fi, Vector Portrait Made of Symbols –

CSS Typography: Examples and Tools – #typography

The Current State of HTML 5 Forms –

The Design Community Offers Its Favorite Bits of Advice –

How to Apply Textures to Uneven Surfaces –

A History Of Graphic Design [infographic] –

Active vs. Passive Approach to Design Business Development –

The Process of Planning a Perfect Website – #webdesign

The Pros And Cons Of CSS Frameworks –

Design Charts for Better Typography and Color –

Want more? No problem! Keep track of all our tweets by following us @DesignerDepot

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  • Frankie from webdesign Rosenheim

    So great. Thank for the nice tweets.

  • Gaurav Mishra

    Thanks WebDesigner Depot!

  • Jeff G

    I look forward to your “Tweets of the week” every week. Never a disappointment. Thanks for taking the time to do this…

  • SSH Commands

    Awesome job with the collation of Tweets. The HTML5 form support chart will be very useful.

  • Russell Gillman Freelance Web Designer London

    Thanks. Particularly like the look of the article on CSS optimisation—will save for later :-) Optimising my CSS gives me that warm, fuzzy feeling?! ;-)

  • Web design Dan

    Great post , interesting to see the browser history and microsofts efforts to support html 5 ( not !)