Stunning CSS designs
CSS redesigns are popping up all over the place. They are beginning to be adopted
by proper designers rather than programmers. This is a good this as we now have
some real world, good CSS based designs to look at. I have included a selection
- Zeldman: Commerical CSS gallery
- A gallery of stunning CSS sites that Zeldman used in a recent lecture.
- A design by Doug Bowman of Stop Design.
Not boring by any means, he uses css for the neat little rollover effects
on the team
The site even validates as XHTML strict! He even provides some background to
- Not so
- Another submission to the CSS zen garden. The ‘not so minimal’ design is
pure CSS but manages to retain highly sylised menus that degrade gracefuly
older browsers. Compare the same page with two completely off the wall different
CSS files: fleur
de l’avante–garde and:
Dead or Alive and
the completely bizarre:
- CSS Drop shadow demo
- Pure CSS ‘drop shadows’ – yes this is possible too. The guy even gives a tutorial
on how to do it.
- The US digital magazine is fully CSS and degrades really well in older browsers.
- 37 signals
- A web design/usability consultancy with a good eye for sharp CSS and rugged
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