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daily links

  • HTML email button
    Tested against all major email clients, this button has held up against the evils of Outlook 2007-2013. Even Lotus Notes 6.5 and up look alright.
  • Sumry - Land Your Dream Job.
    Sumry is the resume for the modern world

daily links

  • Open Source | Known
    A single site for the content you create
    Known is a simple, social publishing platform for your blog or website. Create your site today. It’s free!
  • About Affinity
    For Mac photographers and bitmap artists, Affinity Photo offers high end photo editing to take images beyond professional adjustment and correction. With instant redraw from its live tools and effects, Affinity Photo presents a refreshingly fluid editing experience, the highest quality retouch tools, deep and accurate colour, and great compatibility. Jaw-dropping quality and speed optimisations for all Core 2 Duo and upwards Macs allow more people than ever to enjoy the benefits of this highly accurate photo tool.

daily links

  • leemunroe/grunt-email-workflow
    Designing and testing emails is a pain. HTML tables, inline CSS, various devices and clients to test, and varying support for the latest web standards.
    This grunt task helps simplify things at the design stage.

daily links

  • Git-ftp by git-ftp
    I use git-ftp for my script based projects, mostly PHP. Most of the low-cost web hosting companies do not provide SSH or git support, but only FTP.
    That is why I needed an easy way to deploy my git tracked projects. Instead of transfering the whole project, I thought, why not only transfer the files that changed since the last time, git can tell me those files.
    Even if you are playing with different branches, git-ftp knows which files are different. No ordinary FTP client can do that.

daily links

  • BackstopJS: Catch CSS curve balls
    Breaking CSS is easy. Checking every responsive page element is hard. That’s why there’s BackstopJS.
  • Structured Typography with Sass Maps - Cognition: The blog of web design & development firm Happy Cog
    Having a flexible but consistent approach to typography ought to provide a solid base to start development. If it’s predictable and consistent, it’s easier to change later in the project. It should also be easy to set up. The less code a developer needs to write to get to a working solution the better. With all that in mind, and the recent additions of maps to Sass, I set about creating a quick-start implementation for Type.