This isn’t the definitive list of the worst websites I’ve ever seen. But if you’re a sensitive soul with design proclivities, I’d get a blanket and a cup of something soothing before you dig in. There are horrors ahead. Apart from laughing at them, why should we ever look at terrible websites? Wouldn’t it make more sense to learn from the best, rather than the worst? You can learn a lot about what not to do from failure. (If I were planning to go that route, I’d have started here, with the self-declared ‘world’s worst website.’) But the sites in…
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On days when things don’t seem to go as you’d like them to and inspiration is at its lowest, it’s good to take a short break and go outside to try and empty your mind. That always seems to be the best remedy for me, especially whenever I jump on my bike and go for a short ride.
Now the time has come to enjoy these moments even more as the spring season finally starts to show up in nature.
Vibrant Illustrations To Let Your Mind Wander
There is no longer any debate about whether we need to address the design needs of mobile website users. While mobile browsers and platforms are creating new challenges for us, jQuery Mobile, an open-source multiplatform UI framework, can help us succeed with our mobile apps.
jQuery Mobile can help in the following circumstances:
Different screen sizes, pixel densities (DPI) and orientations; Different compatibility in terms of HTML5 and CSS3; New platforms appearing every couple of months (if you don’t believe me, Windows 8, Firefox OS and BlackBerry 10 will reach the market in the next couple of months); Dozens of hacks that we need to implement for each platform and to update almost every couple of months when a new browser appears.
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How To Get Started With jQuery Mobile