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You can grab your visual snacks elsewhere, this is about those who bring the web forward with clever thinking – and how you can do the same.

What to read?

  • A List Apart

    The centre of web design, presented as a bi-weekly web magazine.

  • Responsive Web Design

    A book for designers by the man who coined the term "responsive web design".

  • A Book Apart

    Books for designers, including HTML5, CSS3, Mobile First, Responsive Web Design and Content Strategy.

  • Smashing Magazine

    A web magazine about everything regarding interactive design.

  • Turning Pages

    A fantastic book about magazine design and concepts, which you probably should apply to web design as well.

  • Designing for web standards

    Covers improvements and challenges in the changing environment of standards-based design.

  • Handcrafted CSS

    "This book will show how craftsmanship can be applied to flexible, bulletproof, highly efficient and adaptable interfaces that make up a solid user experience."

Where to find responsive grids?

  • 1140px

    An easy to understand grid. This magazine uses a modified version of the grid.

  • 320 and up

    A grid built with "mobile first" in mind.

  • Golden Grid System

    One of the most advanced grid systems, with folding columns and zoomable baseline grid.

Where to find inspiration?

  • SiteInspire

    The best web gallery. Period.

  • Styleboost

    Web design gallery updated by norwegian Johan Bakken, high quality and not to rapidly updated.

  • Ethan Marcottes favourites

    A feature by .net magazine where Ethan Marcotte, the man who coined the term "responsive web design", picks his favourite responsive web designs.

When to go to conferences?