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Nov 28-Dec 4, 2011

Resources, Social Media | Dec 4, 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

Desktopography 2011 Submissions Showcase – http://ow.ly/7Jqbq


Anatomy of a Lego Man: Toy and Sculpture Hybrid by Jason Freeny – http://ow.ly/7Jqbr


Say No to SOPA – http://ow.ly/7KTbN


The Perfect Paragraph – http://ow.ly/7KTbQ


Forget Natural Talent, Practice and Do the Boring Things – http://ow.ly/7KTbR


Tips on Designing Layouts Focused around Content – http://ow.ly/7M3cO


Responsive Image Hierarchy – http://ow.ly/7M3cQ


Move The Web Forward – http://ow.ly/7M3cS


8 Counter-Intuitive Ways to Improve Your Well-Being & Creativity – http://ow.ly/7M3cW


Overflow Image with vertical centering for Responsive Web Design – http://ow.ly/7I2IS


Will the Browser Wars Invade the Mobile Web? – http://ow.ly/7I2IT


Workspace & Office Design #11 – http://ow.ly/7I2IU


Beautifully Decomposing Frames – http://ow.ly/7I2IW


What’s the Difference Between Margins and Padding? – http://ow.ly/7Jqbk


Card Fan: CSS3 Gallery Reveal In Four Lines of Code – http://ow.ly/7Jqbm


Freelance Rates Survey, 2011 – http://ow.ly/7Jqbn


.net Awards 2011: the winners! – http://ow.ly/7Jqbo


Cartoon Candy Store – http://ow.ly/7GMlc


Sharing – http://ow.ly/7I2IQ


How To Set Up A Print Style Sheet – http://ow.ly/7GMkZ


Image Tint With CSS – http://ow.ly/7GMl3


UI: Thoughts on the New Facebook Timeline Design – http://ow.ly/7GMl8

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  • http://twitter.com/alinga alinga

    Another good wrap up. It’s interesting to see how interested we are with other creatives office setups and workspace environments