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About mufeed

India based user experience developer. He is specialized in web and mobile user interface design and development.

Media Player UI: Free PSD Template

This free download is of a PSD template of digital media players. You can use it to mock-up and design user interfaces. This PSD freebie is brought to you by VIVROCKS.com Thanks Mufeed Ahmad Web Designer / Frontend Developer

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jQuery Mobile: Touch-Optimized Web Framework for Smartphones & Tablets

jQuery mobile framework takes the “write less, do more” mantra to the next level: Instead of writing unique apps for each mobile device or OS, the jQuery mobile framework will allow you to design a single highly branded and customized … Continue reading

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Some nice graphic references.

As now a days graphic design is growing we should try to jump over the web world where we can find ( – n -) numbers of reference. Lets share some nice graphic samples for you. Click here Thanks Mufeed … Continue reading

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Rise up static CSS attributes with CSS3 : Animation with CSS3

As in the growing world of CSS and HTML now you have the power to rise up with CSS3 Animation to bang the era. http://www.impressivewebs.com/demo-files/css3-animated-scene/ Here are the browsers that support CSS3 keyframe animations: Chrome 2+, Safari 4+, Firefox 5+, … Continue reading

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The Future Of CSS: Experimental CSS Properties

Despite contemporary browsers supporting a wealth of CSS3 properties, most designers and developers seem to focus on the quite harmless properties such as border-radius, box-shadow or transform. These are well documented, well tested and frequently used, and so it’s almost … Continue reading

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a tag play in HTML5

The a- element on steroids While the changes to previously existing elements involve  creative wordplay, there’s one element that’s getting a supercharged makeover in HTML5. The a- element is, without a doubt, the most important element in HTML. It turns … Continue reading

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