This is the time to share the links which were posted on our Facebook page this past week.
The Speed Geeks Guide to Facebook Buttons – If you want to improve the performance of your social sharing, you may want to look at this article.
Compfight makes Citing Creative Commons Images Easier than Ever – If you need to use Creative Commons media, this is a good place to search for, and find, those media images
The Anatomy of a Successful Resume – For those of you who are looking, or will start looking for work soon. (And let’s face it, in this economy, you never know when that might be.)
Impossible World: Art Renderings – Like Escher drawings, but done with 3D modeling tools. (I know I would love to see the meshes for these.)
Hacked – Have you been hacked? How common is it?
How To Easily Create Diptychs And Triptychs Using Photoshop – A simple way to create these mosaic effects in Photoshop
AOL still makes Millions from Dialup – Who knew? Not I. But many places don’t have access to high-speed Internet. So we shouldn’t design pages which will kill those dial up connections.
Three ways a Responsive Site beats a Mobile Site – Should you build a responsive website, or a mobile website? This article looks at Responsive designs.
Setting a Performance Budget – A performance budget will keep your web pages small and fast. And we need a fast website.
10 Interview Questions to never ask, and 5 that you should – The 6th question you shouldn’t ask is “When is lunch?”. That about sums it up.
Quick Tips: Repeating Table Header Rows in Word – If you need to repeat the first row in a MS Word table on multiple pages, this is how you can do it.
The Block Font – People (Clients) have actually gotten upset over Lorum Ipsum because they aren’t “real words” or are full of misspellings, etc. So instead, consider using this font to make it easy to see the flow of the site, without having the actual text yet.
Create Favicons Online – 5 Useful tools for helping to build those favicons