Love it or hate it, the initial iOS7 release is out and causing quite the stir. Regardless of opinions relating to the design, functionality and direction of iOS7 there is some rather eye catching iOS7 icon design work going on behind the scenes.
In this little inspiration roundup I wanted to showcase some of the recent icon designs that have been specifically made to suite the iOS7 direction.
On a recent project I needed to serve an image as a full size background on both a page and a block level element, the image had to be scaled correctly and also be responsive on small devices.
Serving fullsized images onto backgrounds or block level elements can pretty much be done with pure CSS3, however I wanted to explore what possibilities and improvements jQuery offered in terms of serving a better quality image and handling different device sizes.
Here are ten jQuery plugins that are perfect for serving fullwidth image backgrounds, I personally chose to use the Backstretch plugin.
If you have ever followed a wrong link on a website or typed in the wrong URL, chances are you will have come across a 404 page. The 404 page is most often displayed when a server cannot locate the requested page, in many cases these pages are rather annoying and boring.
Many people decide to add a little creativity and flare to their 404 pages, its a great viral marketing tool and in some cases is more intuitive to a user then a regular error message.
With this in mind I wanted to collect and showcase some recent rather funny 404 pages that have been doing the viral rounds, do share your 404 page in the comments.
For a recent design mockup I was on the hunt for some decent flat browser surrounds and flat iPhone and iPad PSD’s.
I also came across tons of awesome flat design resources that I bookmarked for various future projects, I thought it would be useful to you all if I shared with you some of favorite flat design resources of late.