Our favorite tweets of the week
Mar 19-Mar 25, 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

Tablet Computers: Fad Or Future? http://ow.ly/9Jbnh

 

The Art of Content Marketing http://ow.ly/9JbHJ *Cool article via @smashingmag

 

By 2050, 70% Of The World’s Population Will Be Urban. Is That A Good Thing? http://ow.ly/9JbLO

 

Great Graphic Design by Muggie Ramadani, a Design Studio from Denmark http://ow.ly/9Jc9b

 

W+K Shanghai Creativity Test – nice video you’ll enjoy seeing http://ow.ly/9JchN

 

Hmmm: Science Says Creativity And Dishonesty Go Hand-In-Hand http://ow.ly/9LCsK

 

Percolate is tying to get into the heads of some curators in this very creative video: http://ow.ly/9LFQs

 

Demons, devils, vampires, monsters – face it, creepy brands are appealing http://ow.ly/9LEoo

 

Surprisingly Functional: The World’s First Gesture-Based Calculator http://ow.ly/9N8pe *We want this!

 

What Americans Would Give Up For The Internet: Alcohol, Exercise, Showers, Sex http://pinterest.com/pin/267682771571910449/

 

Check out this cool tutorial about a new responsive navigation http://ow.ly/9Ne1M (thanks @tkenny)

 

Check out the work of Marcelo Schultz, some wonderful typography pieces http://ow.ly/9N9dJ

 

The Elements Of Navigation http://ow.ly/9Nfpt *Great read

 

Awesome Inspiration: Beautifully Made Process Diagrams http://ow.ly/9NqQ5

 

Have you ever wondered how much code should web designers need to know? http://ow.ly/9Op1b

 

Weird And Wonderful, Yet Still Illegible http://ow.ly/9Op7v *Inspiring read on typography

 

Box CSS is a framework based on box-sizing and is also something that you might find interesting http://ow.ly/9Q9Ej

 

The Extinction of the Scrollbar http://ow.ly/9PNcW *Great article by @uxmag

 

Design the New Business: a love story http://ow.ly/9PHX4

 

It’s easy to get caught up in the big picture. But what about the design in small spaces? http://ow.ly/9QaNf

 

Surrealism & great slow motion in the best footage from the later Shuttle launches http://ow.ly/9Qbig

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