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Web Design is Dead! Introducing a much improved web design process.

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The Unusable and Superficial World of Beer and Alcohol Websites

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10 Signs of a User-Focused Design

The Best jQuery Plugins of 2009

Use Sprites to Create an Awesomeness-Filled Navigation Menu

50 Helpful iPhone Apps for Web Designers and Developers

5 Advanced CSS Techniques To Increase Your Skill Set

Everything You Ever Want to Know About Creating Seamless Patterns in Illustrator

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10 Great CSS Selectors you must know

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50 Extremely Useful And Powerful CSS Tools

Core CSS: Part I Refcard

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Core CSS: Part III Refcard

Use CSS Borders for 3D Effects

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The Button redesign that made a site $300 million

A simple change in a site can reap huge rewards.

The $300 Million Button

The $300,000,000 Fix

The designers fixed the problem simply. They took away the Register button. In its place, they put a Continue button with a simple message: “You do not need to create an account to make purchases on our site. Simply click Continue to proceed to checkout. To make your future purchases even faster, you can create an account during checkout.”

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