When Google first released their web browser into the public it caught attention like overplayed news stories. Most web developers were previously using Firefox and although many still do prefer Mozilla, Google has offered up some big competition. Chrome includes many similar features along with powerful browser extensions like Firefox. Developers and designers can benefit from toying with these extensions and sticking them into a daily workflow.
This gallery includes 30 free and powerful browser extensions for Google Chrome. Many are focused on design patterns while others relate to frontend or backend web development. Plus the Chrome Web Store is always filling up with new extensions that you can test out. If you love Chrome but haven’t dabbled much into extensions I would highly recommend trying any of the resources from this collection. Read More
Today I would like to share with you a collection of super useful browser apps that I find very handy and use pretty often, these browser based design apps are perfect for designers or front-end developers who are are in the process of taking the design build from sketch concepts all the way through to the final coded product. I hope you find some new and useful browser apps from this collection and hopefully these will help you to speed up your work-flow from concept to delivery. Read More
Creating a responsive design is become a standard nowadays, the rise of people viewing websites on their mobile devices increases the need to serve a responsive layout to the user. In the past I have provided detailed responsive design tutorials and a collection of tools to test your responsive design, in today's post I will… Read More
During the re-design process of DesignWoop I wanted to make it a fully responsive design (meaning it will re-size depending on the browser dimensions and orientation). I wanted to ensure the site was legible on mobiles and tablets such as the iPhone and iPad, however testing the responsive design as I was coding it was a bit of a problem. During the development process I came across a few very handy responsive design tools to help me test the sites responsiveness on different screen sizes. These responsive web design tools below allow you to test and improve your sites responsive design on various devices, screen sizes and orientations, test your site out and book these testing tools! Read More
Your website has to be user friendly. If your website usability is poor and your site is hard to use, customers are more likely to bounce off the site, reducing your chances for success. This means that it is important to make sure that your website usability is tested with easy to navigate and to use architecture, after all you want an intuitive website. The good news is that there are online usability tools that can help you figure out how others see your website. Read More
Responsive web design is a hot topic in the design/development community right now, many sites are converting their design to incorporate a responsive layout and for many new builds a responsive design that serves many different browsers and media sizes is a must.
Last week DesignWoop published a post providing a selection of tools to help you create a responsive design, today we will look at a selection of websites that are responsive and immaculately designed. Read More
Nowadays people are dependent on Internet. They’re using laptops, netbooks, tablets, smartphones and even TVs to surf Internet. These devices have different screens and resolutions and it can be really hard to create website which works properly on all of these devices.
But there is a solution. Responsive design is all about adjusting designs to accommodate screens of different sizes. If you want to create a responsive web design you should use fluid grids, images and queries. In this post you will find 20 useful tools for creating responsive web design.