Myth is an open source preprocessor that allows you to use some of the new/proposed/experimental CSS specifications being developed by W3C’s CSS working group. It does this by converting your code to CSS that’s understood by today’s web browsers.
CSS preprocessors can drastically speed up your web development workflow. They supercharge your stylesheets with useful features like mixins, variables, auto-vendor-prefixing and much more (depending on the one you use).
The Mashable post I wrote recently reviews seven of the best free font editors out there. Some tools included in the post are FontStruct, FontForge and BitfontMaker. If you’d like to create your own custom fonts, one of the free font editors included in the post should fit your needs.
I wrote an article for Mashable that discusses critical factors you should test when conducting website usability evaluations. The factors discussed are: user task analysis, readability, site navigability, accessibility, website speed and user experience. Each factor includes tips and strategies for testing, as well as some suggestions of affordable tools you can use to conduct usability analysis.
Just thought you’d like to know of an article I wrote for Mashable on how to improve the usability and readability of web content. The article covers seven practical, easy-to-implement tips based on studies done by Jakob Nielsen, Gerry McGovern, academic researchers and others.
On behalf of Mashable, I recently wrote an article published on American Express OPEN Forum, a web community for business owners. The article is a roundup of web design galleries focused on e-commerce website design.