It’s that time of year again. The holiday season must mean that WestCiv is offering its online CSS course for free, and what do you know, they sure are. The introduction is available for another few days, so if you’re looking to learn or brush up on your CSS, this is the place to be for the next few months. §
- Andy Budd has a few new CSS-based sites you may not have caught yet.
- Paul Scrivens of the great CSS Vault throws the weblog format for a loop.
- TBWA Vancouver. View source. You know, this CSS stuff might just be catching on. (TBWA Vancouver is the local chapter of the global ad agency)
- A somewhat different take on navigation, found by Adrian Holovaty.
- Keith Robinson also tackles the concept of redesign in a thoughtful way. Even a small change like, oh, adding a font-adjust button is not without its share of headaches.
- IE vulnerability — spoofing the domain name in the address bar. Grab Firebird now if you haven’t, it’s really quite good. And, you know, secure.
- Photoshop Tennis. Er, Lightboxing. Well, Coudal’s in on the latter, so we’ll call it ‘inspiration’. Whatever, Veer still has the best catalogues ever.
- And of course, how could I forget Shaun Inman’s own Designologue. You know Shaun Inman. Yeah, that guy. (thanks ste)
- Rolling Stone’s Steve Jobs Interview. I’ve yet to read it, bookmarking for my own linking pleasure.
- It’s to the point where the history of type is a strange and mysterious beast to those who have known nothing but the digital age. Frederic Goudy type catalogue from 1914. Beautifully anachronistic. §
Incredibly heartfelt thanks to all who have contacted me in the past week and a half after the announcement. I will shed a little more light soon. I’ve turned down the various Nigerian opportunities, but I appreciate the thought, boys. §