This is our weekly Twitter Design News Round-Up, a collection of fresh design related resources that we have shared via Twitter in the past week.
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Wallpapers can inspire you, remind you to take a break or just make you smile and actually improve your mood or focus with just a couple clicks.
Noupe.com has put together this huge collection of there personal favorites, with so many brilliant desktop wallpapers to choose from, your desktop will never be dull or boring again.
View the rest of this wallpaper collection on noupe.com »
You were probably surprised about the recent arrival of Google Buzz, mind you, Google bound to start a social network at some time or other.
AEXT.NET has put together 12 simple tricks, tips and tutorials to help give you a better Buzz.
12 Undocumented Tricks for Google Buzz »
A solid knowledge of CSS3 has a large market value and will take you a long way towards success, giving you an image of competence and authority.
Here you’ll find an amazing ‘ultimate’ toolbox of over 350 of the best tuts and tips available.
350+ Amazing CSS3 Resources – All You’ll Ever Need to Become a CSS3 Master »
Upon first thinking about it, the idea of selling advertising on a website or blog with limited traffic seems a bit daft. After all, aren’t most advertisers interested in putting their product in front of the highest number of eyeballs possible?
But though it may feel like putting the cart before the horse, there are many good reasons and ways to sell ad space on low-traffic websites. What you need to always keep in mind is that, while advertisers are drawn to high traffic numbers, they desire something else even more: high conversion rates.
Successful Strategies For Selling Ad Space On Low-Traffic Websites »
jQuery MagicLine Navigation Tutorial and Demo »
WPQuestions is a new problem-solving community for WordPress, ideal for users who seek quick, succinct answers they can't find in any WordPress forums. WPQ is also great for established WordPress developers who want to help problem-solve and be paid fairly for their efforts.
Ask your WP Questions »
Have you ever wished you could style checkboxes, drop down menus, radio buttons, and file upload inputs? Ever wished you could control the look and feel of your form elements between all browsers? If so, Uniform is your new best friend.
Uniform masks your standard form ontrols with custom themed controls. It works in sync with your real form elements to ensure accessibility and compatibility.
Uniform – Sexy forms with jQuery »
You can download this cute bird in vector format (Illustrator CS2/CS4 format) and personalize it to your liking. This bird is literally reading your website so put your logo on the magazine.
It’s available in two poses, sitting on a Twitter egg or simply sitting down. Heck, if you don’t care about the magazine just get rid of it! The bird might not have a body, though, so beware.
Twitter Reading Bird – Downloads »
Anyone looking to break away from norm of a 960px grid? This psd download offer a grid of 1080px with 18 columns.
1080 Grid in Photoshop Format »
Union is a Drupal theme (for version 6.x) and is only available free for a very limited time, so grab it now!
Free Drupal ThemeUnion »
This useful toolsets out to explore how two, intertwined concepts, often playful but sometimes cheeky, can be encouraged to dance within web pages. Drag the colored boxes along the scale to throw these words anew. For the most part, this text is just a libretto for the performance you are about to play upon it.
Typograph – Scale & Rhythm »
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