As well as the tutorials and articles here on CSS Wizardry, I have authored a number of separate resources covering topics from the best practices and standards in web development, to setting type on the web. I have also written a typographical and grid based CSS framework Typogridphy. All of these resources are free to use, and are updated by myself whenever I get chance.
inuit.css is a CSS framework I released in April 2011 to excellent reception. It’s a sensible, pragmatic and production-ready document which is also packed full with some of the best tips and tricks I’ve used over the last few years. It has its own dedicated Twitter account for release and update information at @inuitcss.
All things web typography.
Type Tips is my latest project, it is a selection of short, bite-size tips for successfully setting of type on the web, and general hints on web typography. Recognised across the web by the likes of Smashing Magazine, Type Tips became an instant success.
Best practices, quickly…
Quick Tips was the natural progression of Web Design+, delivering the same quality of content and advice, but in more bite-size chunks. Quick Tips covers all the little web development tips that you won’t learn at university.
Web standards, in detail.
Web Design+ is a full publication covering a whole array of web standards tips and advice, from images to typography. Web Design+ is an industry recognised document, acknowledged by the likes of Paul Boag, Smashing Magazine and more, as well as being used by universities such as Newcastle and Cincinnati to teach their students.