Links of the Week 10

by Tom Kenny (@tkenny)

Ultimate A/B testing recources, Think Geek background fade technique, reduce clutter, usability best practices for beginners and web browser elements to use in your designs.

Web Browser Elements


Downloadable browser elements in Photoshop files, such as radio buttons, separated by browser and operating system. Very handy for use in designs.

Ultimate A/B Testing resources and how I used them


Testing is an extremely important part of web design and this is a great collection of resources for A/B testing.

Think Geek Background Fade Technique (Screencast)


Think Geek have a cool background effect that changes the background from Robots to Zombies and this is a great screenshot showing just how simple but clever it is.

How to reduce clutter in web design


Reducing clutter is an important thing to do in web design so here are some tips to help you along the way.

8 Web Usability and Best Practices for Beginners


Usability best practices for beginners but even season pros can forget some of the simple things so it is always good to brush up on your knowledge.

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by Tom Kenny

I’m a freelance web designer and front-end developer with 9 years of experience designing for the web. Follow me on Twitter here.