Semantic UI is a nicely designed site framework by Quirky. (via Yewknee)
JSColor is a simple and user-friendly color picker for your HTML forms. It extends all desired input fields of a color selection dialog.
A polyfill for the canvas element in Internet Explorer.
Pure is a set of small, responsive CSS modules that you can use in every web project. (via Robbie)
A simple GUI to set up virtual machines for PHP development. (via Robbie)
Anchor CMS is a lightweight, open-source, blogging platform with a focus on simplicity and elegance.
The CSS pointer-events property prevents click actions from doing anything, the default cursor pointer from displaying, and CSS hover and active state triggering.
Another nice Nike site. (via Clay)
Agile Designers is a collection of online resources for designers and developers. (via Yewknee)
PlaceIt is a web-service by Breezi that allows you to generate product screenshots of iPhone and iPads within realistic environments.
A series of experiments to re-imagine advertising.
OpenKinect is an open community of people interested in making use of the Xbox Kinect hardware with our PCs and other devices.
Awesome site for Stephen Burgess.
BackupBuddy safely and securely backs up over 100K WordPress sites to date. It’s the only complete solution for WordPress backups. (via Ben)
Kern.js is a bookmarklet that allows you to click and drag to adjust your site’s kerning, line-height and letter placement and then copy the generated CSS to use in your stylesheet.
A jQuery plugin for creating big, bold and responsive headlines.
An example of a responsive navigation by Rob Tarr.
A responsive navigation plugin without library dependencies and with fast touch screen support.
Find Facebook logos, images, product names and screenshots, and other assets and learn how to use them. (via Ben)
A neat tunnel vision effect made with just some CSS 3D transforms, border-radius and border-style by Peter Westendorp. (via Robbie)