I started following @jquery on Twitter sometime ago, and they have provided a lot of great links and information.
One interesting link is to an article about methods for presenting information and creating systems to enhance user experience:
Delivering informative structure is the primary task an interactive user interface should be able to cope with. The more intuitive layout structure is designed, the better users can understand the content.
Read the full article on Noupe.
The jQuery foundation has created a new site showcasing designs that Use jQuery. They currently have only about 30 samples organized by effect/function category, but they do accept submissions so show off that great interface or behavior that you’ve created!
I recently stumbled upon a list of 54 Kick Ass Creative Logos which in turn led me to Logo Faves, who accept submissions from designers, and describe themselves as:
A collection of best designed logos around the web is showcased in Logo Faves. We don’t want to be like other Logo repositories, our idea is to bring you all the best of best logos.
Also relying on suggestions and entries from webmasters to compile its collection, Web2.0 categorizes over 100 logos and displays the user-ratings for each.
FontFeed took a bit of a different approach in grouping popular web logos by style, and even though the article was published in 2006, it is still a great source of information.
So what are you waiting for? Check out some of the design resources over at For Web Designers and submit your best work!
Of course, you could always just use a pre-configured generator.
Looking for the perfect font system for your design, compare different styles side-by-side, or embed non-“web-safe” typeface in the layout? There’s a web application for that.
- STC fontBROWSER – an online tool for browseing varoius fonts and viewing how your selected text looks with each.
- WhatTheFont – upload any image with characters and instantly find the closest matches within their database
- Typetester – compare different fonts for the screen, up to three at a time
- Font Burner – replace text on your page with one of 1000 vector-based fonts with a simple block of code
Check out the entire list of 21 Typography and Font Web Apps You Can’t Live Without.
What’s “Black and white and
readGREEN all over?”
Spranq, a creative communications agency in the Netherlands taken the conservation movement to typography.
If you haven’t heard of it already, sIFR lets you appease all those designers by integrating custom fonts onto your standards-compliant web page without turning them into images.