Our favorite tweets of the week
Feb 6-Feb 12, 2012

Resources, Social Media | Feb 12, 2012

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

Take a look at the past: the Illustrated History of Web Forms

Interesting article about layering or multitasking that actually works

Take a look at these awesome examples of websites using mainly light colors on its designs

The inner workings: great examples of movies typography, SF style

Get lost in the details of these really impressive Illustrations by the Estonian artist Heikki Leis

Moving Web Page Elements Using The CSS3 Translate Transform

Inspiring Steve Jobs excerpt on taking a calligraphy class

Amazing things to do with PHP and cURL

Superbowl 2012 Adverts: take a look at some of the best which interspersed the on-field action:

Charming stop motion animation by Alfalfa Studios for Kate Spade in celebration of the color chocolate brown

Avoiding Social Networks and Staying on Task. YES, it is possible!

Royal Mail unveils Roald Dahl and Quentin Blake stamps!

Ouch! Know Why Your Website’s Header Is Driving People Away

“Dancing Plague of 1518“ by Niege Borges = All choreographies from cult movies in posters Now dance!

Are you using SASS? Musings on Preprocessing:

Francesco Franchi is brilliantly explaining why “Infographic Thinking” is the future and not a fad

Keeping up with “office reading” is keeping you from getting to the “real” work? Then read on:

Check this out: WordPress Theme Trends For 2012

A cool infographic on HTML5 vs. Flash Games

Colllor is a new webapp that deals with one of the most basic aspects of design – color. Take a look:

Very interesting perspective about books: the dialogue between the reader and the object

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

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