Well, maybe not, but the folks at Panic have just initiated a 50% off sale. Of particular interest for web designers and/or developers are their lovely Transmit (best FTP client ever) and Coda (one window web development) offerings.
Tag Archives: web design
Panic Goes Nuts
Free Book From Jeffrey Zeldman
Jeffrey Zeldman should need no introduction to anyone who works on designing and developing on the web. He wrote a book called Taking Your Talent to the Web in 2001 to help print designers transition to web design but, as it was released just in the midst of the dot-com crash, it didn’t do very well. […]
Soma FontFriend Bookmarklet Released
I’ve been inspired by a few different articles to experiment with font stacks, but I wanted a way to quickly see how different font families looked within the context of my design right in the browser. For instance, how well does Georgia work as a fallback for Constantia? (Pretty well.) How similar are Helvetica Neue […]
WordPress Updates Admin (Again)
You can’t accuse the WordPress devs of sitting on their laurels. A new admin interface was recently released with version 2.5, and the team has now taken in feedback from users and usability testing with the newly revamped design for 2.7.
Web Standards and IE 8 Part 2
The IE Team has just changed their mind about and decided to promote web standards by default in IE 8. Web standards-lovers everywhere sing hallelujah, while incompetent designers will no doubt scream murder.