This Web Design Dashboard is one fabulous resource.
Some personal highlights:
The Importance of White space – One of the oldest principals of design is white space, and knowing how to use it properly could mean wonders for your design. Popular site A List Apart tackles the subject.
35 Designers x 5 Questions – What better way to learn technique then to speak to those who know it best? 35 of some of the brightest minds in web design get put on the spot and share some insightful expert advice.
Test a range of special characters, using default fonts installed on various platforms and show the special characters at a few sizes, to get a rough idea of how they would look when scaled with this ‘testing special character’s page‘ by Mike Harding.
Please note that the font you select will only be displayed properly if that font is installed on the machine you are testing. The test sheets aren’t meant to be plain lists that just show you graphically what is available for each font, but is also intended to help you get an idea if a particular font is actually installed on the system you are working on. If the font does not exist, then everything defaults to Arial.
(what am I still doing on typepad are you wondering, right?)
Gaining blog readers is hard; WordPress makes it much easier. Here are 30+ WordPress plugins to help you garner some of that attention, and then retain readers once they visit.
My friend Joy Busse sent me this article on how to insert rich typography into web pages without sacrificing accessibility a while back. Promising!