A little late, yes, but here’s the July round up of some cool web design resources like a voting system for HTML 5 videos, an introduction to HTML 5 canvas, why Google doesn’t take meta keywords into account, free icons and more.
A nice system implemented in HTML5 to score votes on a video so you can gather feedback about them.
Test how much people remembers about your website with this easy to use online quiz generator.
Generate almost every CSS3 property with this visual tool.
This slider for mobile sites will work on iPhone, Android and Blackberry. Now there’s no excuse to not to add a slider to the mobile version of your site. Photo Swipe has been conveniently released under the MIT license.
Now that everything in the web just has to be responsive, here’s a strong carousel for your responsive layout.
Brian Gardner’s StudioPress offers some neat real state icons.
Yeah, these look superb for an avatar and you can mix shapes to create your own.
Pack of 35 social icons including Twitter, Facebook with the PSD source file included. It’s time to start including Google+ in these icon packs.
Now that fonts are no longer limited to Arial and Verdana, this bookmarklet will be handy to quickly identify the fonts used in a website.
BrowserID is Mozilla’s response to online identity. It operates in a descentralized way and is stored in your computer browser.
Rob Hawkes for .net magazine gives an introduction to the basics of HTML 5 canvas element.
Joost de Valk went over the topic of meta keywords: are they really used or not by search engines? He embedded a video where Matt Cutts says that Google doesn’t use meta keywords.
Ever felt the need for some syntax colouring in WordPress code editor?
Matt Varone released the Shortcodes Pro plugin for free: you can create your own shortcodes and assign the code they will execute without leaving the WordPress Admin.
Awesome artwork by Karan Singh, an illustrator based in Melbourne, Australia, who creates artwork for clients like Nike, Computer Arts and MTV.
The Case & Point is a new blog encompassing typography and lettering curated by Working Format.