Posts Tagged ‘Tools’
Pixel Proliferation: A set of tools for managing screen resolutions

Change is a constant. The device landscape is always changing and the device types are proliferating. With the increasing demand for unique mid-screen devices, it is becoming an even more arduous task to keep all of the device resolutions and screen sizes straight. So the Punchcut have packaged up his set of tools that help us stay current and they are offering it for download.
It includes:

  • a collection of Photoshop® CS5 marquee-tool presets for common screen resolutions.
  • a set of layered Photoshop CS5 PSDs each providing common devices.
  • a reference chart for resolutions and device landscape.

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Wirify – Turn any web page into a wireframe

Wirify lets you turn any web page into a wireframe

Wirify is a bookmarklet that lets you turn any web page into a wireframe in one click. It’s lightweight and works in many modern browsers.
Uses jQuery to calculate the dimension of the elements in the page and displays them “wirified”.

Compatibility: many modern browsers
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DHTMLX Touch – JavaScript Framework for Mobile and Touch Devices

DHTMLX Touch alpha version is an HTML5-based JavaScript library for building mobile web applications. It’s not just a set of UI widgets, but a complete framework that allows you to create eye-catching, cross-platform web applications for mobile and touch-screen devices.

The framework is compatible with the major web browsers for mobile platforms. Applications built with DHTMLX Touch will run smoothly on iPad, iPhone, Android-based smartphones, and other popular devices.

Compatibility

DHTMLX Touch requires a mobile device to display and work correctly. You can also run the samples on usual computers in FireFox 3.6 and above and WebKit browsers (Safari, Chrome, etc.), but there still can be some issues since the library is oriented mostly for mobile devices.

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License: GNU GPL and Commercial License. Both – free!


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Catch404 – A jQuery plugin

Let’s pretend that this is a broken link. Can you imagine that when your users click this link, instead of them being redirected to a 404 error on your site, a friendly modal message pops up on your current page saying that it’s not available?. In that same message box you can then give them a sense of direction so that they’re not lost – you could ask them to click on a contact link to report the link’s broken, offer an alternative mirror, recommend they do a site search for the file or just say that you’re experiencing hosting issues and the file will be back up soon. The choice is completely up to you. The benefit of Catch404 is that you can offer your users a better experience when errors are encountered on your site.

Requirements: jQuery
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License: GPL

Catch404 – A jQuery plugin
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Tiny Fluid Grid – CSS grid framework

Inspired by 1kbgrid.com. Developed with love by Girlfriend’s overconfident and pretty good looking team of web developers. Tiny Fluid Grid ships with a index.html with demo code, and the grid.css containing the CSS for the grid you created.

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License: Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 US License


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