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There have been quite a few good typography roundups posted around recently with varying levels of design focus. This roundup of resources and articles directly useful to the everyday web designer.
Ever define a border weight in CSS only to find it heavier in Internet Explorer? Today’s tip is on keeping consistent border width across browsers when using shorthand.
Since starting this blog just under two months ago, I’ve met a lot of truly interesting people in the web design niche. Still being a student myself, I particularly love finding others in my age group doing big things on the internet.
Matthew Kammerer of UX Booth is an excellent example of how age doesn’t matter when it comes to success on the web. I had an opportunity this past week to ask him some questions about his background, projects, and future plans. The results are below in Build Internet’s inaugural interview.
A lot of forms can be boring and plain, don’t let yours blend in. This tutorial will show you how to spice them up with CSS classes and default values that change according to which form item is selected. All with just a splash of jQuery.
Starting a web niche blog was always a project Sam and I put aside because of client work with Cazzu Media. Now finally during our Winter Break from the lovely UHartford we got a chance to get one up and running.
The original plan was to name the blog Build the Internet, but the domain was taken so we ended up with the much shorter Build Internet. Looking back now, I’m not disappointed with the name change.