GitHub issues are fantastic to track new features or bugs, who is assigned, categorize them, adding to projects and so on. At the same time, they're also quite slow to create and creating a bunch of them consumes too much time. I was tired of the slow process of creating a GitHub issue manually, so I built a free open source app to make the process much faster.
A little late, yes, but here's the July round up of some cool web design resources like a voting system for HTML 5 videos, an introduction to HTML 5 canvas, why Google doesn't take meta keywords into account, free icons and more. General Resources Vote on HTML 5 videos with jQuery http://www.zurb.com/playground/html5-video-voting A nice system… Continue reading Best web design resources of July 2011
Colorzilla, best known for the Firefox extension to pick colors in a web page, released an excellent tool to create cross browser CSS 3 gradients with a polished interface and the ability to upload images to create the gradients. Ultimate CSS Gradient Generator makes it really easy to create gradients by not only providing a slick… Continue reading CSS 3 Gradients Generator
Photo-Lettering a web based letterer that you can use to create remarkable letterings using deliciously bold fonts with just a couple of clicks. After you've created your lettering in the Letterer you can share it with the world, for example, I've created this one. However, to use the lettering in your designs you'll have to… Continue reading Photo-Lettering
Ever wanted to get some colors to match that brilliant green from your client's logo? Picking up the right color is not an easy task. Thankfully, there are some online tools that can be helpful when looking for the right color. These 7 tools will help you to get the right color. Each of these… Continue reading Seven online color tools for design