Been doing some background research on a new site and decided to check out the latest and greatest in the world of CSS3. Here is what I found…
CSS3 is going to bring some major improvements to User Experience (UX) on the Web.
I find a bit of general background research helps before deciding on the look and feel of a new site.
After a quick 30 minutes looking at what information is out there, here is a small round up of what I found…
If you like sifting through a massive list of resources, Web Appers has 70 of them for both CSS3 and HTML5.
The awesome Web Designer Depot has a nice article highlighting enhancements that you can use right now.
Like those neat little CSS tricks designers add to their sites? Check out CSS Tricks.
There is a fantastic little bot called @css3watcher that you can follow for bot related CSS3 links appearing in your Twitter stream.
It is very easy to start following links after links after links of the myriad of galleries and showcase sites out there.
I decided to call it a day as I don’t have more time available now to look any further.
What I do have now is a decent CSS3 knowledge base to see which UX features I’d like to integrate into my new site.
If you think I’ve missed out on some quality CSS3 information, why not post the links in my comments below…