Links to Publications

http://lfthvysht.com
http://chaiwai.blog
http://spotlist.us
http://monkeyillustrationstation.online
http://staygold.online
http://nycflaneur.life
http://thebindersshelf.com
http://cookingbythedozen.com
http://poemsfornorma.life
http://ohyeagivemethat80svibe.com
http://fromnorthkorea.life
http://ranglapunjab.online
http://muslimfeministart.org
http://modestexpression.com
http://wemustbekillers.life
http://arctichare.us
http://cosmic.community
http://publicspaces.design
http://vinyl.vision
http://clinkclickclack.com
http://vintagechismosa.com
http://brucespringsteen.online
http://90skids.online
http://malady.xyz
http://intoyourfeels.com
http://jacqueswebsters.rodeo
http://seewhatinspiresme.com
http://newagenew.me
http://palettesplease.com

Post-Digital Print by Alexander Ludovico

This book encompasses post digital print and explain examples of the many ways print has been expanded on, changed, and different inventions that have come about over the post-digital age.

The name may sound like it will defeat our purpose of designing a website for a subculture but on the contrary, with its comparative thorough historical trajectory Ludovico  opens up various ways of thinking about publication online or in print.

 

Post-Digital Print > PDF

 

Designing the Editorial Experience A Primer for Print, Web, and Mobile By Sue Apfelbaum and Juliette Cezzar

In a world of media that seems to be ever-changing, how do we define what a newspaper, magazine or journal physically is? In Designing the Editorial Experience, authors Sue Apfelbaum and Juliette Cezzar will discuss what it means to design for multiple media. It features advice from professionals in both the design and editorial fronts –and digital strategists too– about what is constant and what is changing in the field. Inside, you will find examples of the best editorial design being produced today.

I think it is worth to buy the book, but no obligation.

Also please visit: http://editorialexperience.com especially the resources section.

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Resources For The Web Layout

Based on 960 pixels width:
http://960.gs

Full fluid architecture:
http://unsemantic.com

to build a grid easily:
http://cedvel.com

on Web Typography
as a respond to a few questions that I got over email, a general reminder about using type online:
you can use the @font-face rule as explained in the following link:
http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css3_pr_font-face_rule.asp

or you can go for some other free font serving services online such as:
Google fonts

Typekit

FontSquirrel

Adobe Edge Fonts

and

Cufon

Miscellaneous Tips And Tutorials For Coding HTML/CSS3

General HTML/CSS reference:
W3C Schools

My favorite editor:
http://brackets.io

CodePen is a playground for the front end web.
Show off your latest creation and get feedback. Build a test case for that pesky bug. Find example design patterns and inspiration for your projects.
codepen.io

To cheat on some CSS:
http://www.cssmatic.com

jQuery is a fast and concise JavaScript Library that simplifies HTML document traversing, event handling, animating, and Ajax interactions for rapid web development. jQuery is designed to change the way that you write JavaScript:
jQuery

Lightbox is a simple, unobtrusive script used to overlay images on top of the current page. It’s a snap to setup and works on all modern browsers:
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