This week we’ve picked the stunning design of St. Louis Design Week 2012. It has a beautiful color scheme and typography, smart interactions and some lovely animations.
Jonathan Creamer shows us how to get started with Yeoman, a new set of tools, libraries and workflow for rapid webapp development. Yeoman was developed by Paul Irish, Addy Osmani, Sindre Sorhus, Mickael Daniel, Eric Bidelman, and the Yeoman Community.
“This Is Responsive” is a great collection of patterns, resources and news for creating responsive web experiences.
Simon Lüthi introduces a better touch scrolling concept: When scrolling content on a touch-screen, instead of letting momentum stop the scrolling, you can decide exactly where it should stop, i.e. point where you flicked it.
Bruno Mello designed this exquisite font family and Armasen is offering it for free including three styles.
Boot snipp is a library of free design elements and code snippets for the Twitter Bootstrap HTML/CSS/JS framework.
Martin Angelov shows you how to create a simple and beautiful app with PHP and jQuery that lets users write notes.
Don’t you love all those new cool stuff that can be done with 3D Transforms? This is yet another awesome experiment involving some interesting 3D folding made by Justin Windle.
This set includes 10 grunge textured flags in JPG. Included are Great Britain, Brazil, Italy, Soviet Union, Japan, USA, Mexico, Australia, Canada and France.
A pixel-perfect app starter skin PSD by Daryl Ginn.
A great mockup of the new iPhone 5 in PSD format by Thom.
Trevor Davis from Viget introduces jQuery Stickem, a plugin that makes items sticky as you scroll, to a point.
Now you can create and share animated presentations on the web with rvl.io, the online editor for the popular reveal.js HTML presentation framework.
Twelve Twenty offers this gorgeous display font for free (pay with a Tweet). Great for headings, with a regular and a bold version, available in TTF.
Mood Type is a beautiful display font project by Filiz Sahin, free for personal and commercial use.
A fresh resource by Pixels Daily: a simple, pixel-perfect calendar widget design ready for customization.
pdf.js is an HTML5 technology experiment that explores building a faithful and efficient Portable Document Format (PDF) renderer without native code assistance.
A tutorial on how to create some slick Digg-style custom radio buttons with CSS and jQuery.
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