Weekly Web Developers Kit – vol. 24 (9-28-2012)

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Today’s weekend reading section is as usual full of valuable html/css tutorials and articles. You will find how to create really amazing restaurant menu, how to create landing page by means of photoshop cs6, how to convert simple psd template into working website. Also, there are some useful articles dedicated to Less technique, use of HTML5/CSS3 , designing for mobile and much more. As for bonus, I have found for you free joomla template that can be used as a foundation for creating other themes.

Enjoy and Have a Good Weekend!

1. 3D Restaurant Menu Concept  3D Restaurant Menu Concept

2. Media Queries Tutorial – Convert Burnstudio into a Responsive Website Media Queries Tutorial – Convert Burnstudio into a Responsive Website

3. Design a Retro Layout in Photoshop: Wrapping Up Design a Retro Layout in Photoshop: Wrapping Up

4. Swishy CSS3 navigation Swishy CSS3 navigation

5. The Web Aesthetic The Web Aesthetic

6. Using LESS as a Live CSS Engine Using LESS as a Live CSS Engine

7. CSS3 Hover Effects with Websymbols Tutorial CSS3 Hover Effects with Websymbols Tutorial

8. Contrast and Meaning in Design Contrast and Meaning in Design

9. Design a Clean and Elegant Blog Layout In Photoshop CS6 Design a Clean and Elegant Blog Layout In Photoshop CS6

10. 5 HTML5 APIs You Didn’t Know Existed 5 HTML5 APIs You Didn’t Know Existed

11. Designing for Mobile, Part 1: Information Architecture Designing for Mobile, Part 1: Information Architecture

12. Solid Joomla Foundation for Architecture Site! Free Theme Solid Joomla Foundation for Architecture Site! Free Theme

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