The major news of the week was the rumor that Google Chrome OS is to launch within the next week. It’s been highly anticipated and there are a lot of people (including myself) who will want to get their hands on it.
If it’s anywhere near as good as the Google Chrome browser, then it will blast the operating system market wide open.
I’ve called this the Coding edition after the first link which was my favorite of the week as it shows designers how to slice and dice PSD’s effectively and efficiently.
- Coding a Web Design for Speed and Quality
In this article, youâ€™ll find a few simple tips that can help designers learn basic XHTML/CSS conversion efficiently for a quick-loading website that is accurate to the original PSD.
- 10 Fantastic and Creative Web Design Styles
A look at ten of the most creative styles in use in web design today with examples of some of the best websites that utilise them.
- Custom WordPress blog design checklist and walkthrough
This is an excellent post which showcases the basic areas and elements to consider when designing a custom WordPress blog and when dealing with a standard WordPress template.
- Five Ways to Become a Mac Minimalist & 5 More Ways
My interpretation of minimalism in the home office is removing all distracting items that are not constantly utilized. This post contains a few quick and easy steps to help you reach software bliss.
- What Beautiful HTML Code Looks Like
In HTML, it comes down to craftsmanship to create beautiful code. This is a closer look at some markup written the way markup should be written and how beautiful it can be.
- CSS Frameworks: Pros and Cons
This article will give proper coverage to both sides of the fence by looking at common arguments for and against using a CSS framework.
- A Collection of 250+ Terminal Commands, Hacks, Tips and Tuts for OS X
Terminal is an app which provides a command line interface to manually control your Mac. This showcases the best commands, hacks and tips to get the most out of it.
- The Design Evolution of Popular Websites
This article travels back in time to see how some of the most popular websites today looked in their beginning, and how their design has evolved through the years.
- Google in Real Life: Google Imitations & Installations
For some time now it has seemed that Google IS the Internet, and this is a hilarious roundup of examples of Google in the real world.
That’s a wrap up of the twenty-fifth edition. Were there any links you thought deserved a mention? If so drop a link in the comments so we can check them out.