Skeleton: Responsive CSS Boilerplate

A dead simple, responsive boilerplate.

Is Skeleton for you?

You should use Skeleton if you’re embarking on a smaller project or just don’t feel like you need all the utility of larger frameworks. Skeleton only styles a handful of standard HTML elements and includes a grid, but that’s often more than enough to get started. In fact, this site is built on Skeleton and has ~200 lines of custom CSS (half of which is the docking navigation).

Love Skeleton and want to Tweet it, share it, or star it? Well, I appreciate that ❤

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Video.js: The Player Framework

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Video.js is a web video player built from the ground up for an HTML5 world. It supports HTML5 and Flash video, as well as YouTube and Vimeo (through plugins). It supports video playback on desktops and mobile devices. This project was started mid 2010, and the player is now used on over 50,000 100,000 200,000 websites.

Video.js is an open source library for working with video on the web, also known as an HTML video player

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UX Tools — uxdesign.cc

Tools for wireframing, prototyping, user research and test, creating diagrams, measuring user engagement and other activities from the UX Design universe.

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What are the UX Design Tools you use to materialize and communicate your design ideas? What are the best tools for wireframing, prototyping, user testing, or simply just managing your design activities?

We usually prefer tools that are unexpensive (ok, everyone does), that do not require software installation (browser-based tools) and that provide us with a good user experience when we’re projecting experiences for other people. After all, that’s how we spend a big part of the day.

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