I know I say this often, but I really can’t believe that another month has already passed. This month the trail was an eclectic grouping that ranged from CSS3 to an SEO rant.
A detailed overview of CSS that will help you master everything from padding to position. The end of the post features a thorough roundup of more tutorials to take your CSS skills even further.
I can’t say that I avoided all these, but I suppose that all of us, and how they became used and abused in the first place. Regardless, this is an entertaining look back at some of the trends we’ve seen come and go in web design.
Brian Hoff goes into detail about the benefits of running a blog and how it can help you attract clients.
Man, I loved the satire of this article. Just to get your attention, the first line reads… “Search Engine Optimization is not a legitimate form of marketing. It should not be undertaken by people with brains or souls.”
Ever wonder what CSS3 and HTML5 techniques work in which browser? Look no further, this is an awesome bookmark that breaks it all down.
This post serves as a nice checklist of things to think about if you are a freelancer planning to go on vacation.
This post is a wrap-up of an earlier design community discussion. I love the conversation that was generated.
This tutorial shows you how to create a really cool wet ink text effect. Something that you know that I can really appreciate here on MyInkBlog :)
If you’ve ever tried to create equal length columns in CSS you know just how tricky they can be. This tutorial gives you an alternate approach that is pretty simple to create.
I wanted to make sure to include this tutorial in this month’s MyInkTrail because it is so unique. You’ll learn all kinds of cool techniques along the way.
This is a technique that I first saw on the Abduzeedo redesign. It’s a great way to offer share links for your posts, check out how it’s done.
If you want to learn Illustrator this is a great list to start with. It offers 55 of the best Illustrator tutorials for icon design.
This handy bookmark features a roundup of 8 of the best hand drawn style icons sets for designers.
For me, the plugins are what separates Firefox from other browsers. Here is a list of 26 plugins, that will make your job as a web designer easier.
Here is a quality set of 10 hi-res stained paper textures from the Max at Design Shard.
This is a uniquely awesome set of 31 textures of grungy stripped walls.
Be sure to add this fantastic set of acrylic texture brushes to your design toolbox.
Bidsketch is a new design proposal service that allows you to create, track, customize, and design beautiful proposals.
It’s often handy to customize the wordpress admin, this plugin makes it easy to change the look of the login page.