Monthly Archives: March 2012

Today’s Readings

Really beautiful cloud reproduction using CSS & JS.  I especially love that it can go full-screen, but I do wish I could “disconnect” my mouse movements from the cloud orientation.  Oh, and the Michael Bay Preset is a nice touch too… … Continue reading

Today’s Readings

New Zealand 100% Pure offers some great interactive design (and the responsive design is pretty good, at least until you get down to the small-tablet-ish size). The opening page takes similar, previously-seen techniques to a new level, but I really … Continue reading

Today’s Readings

Seems we have (at least) two new competing image replacement techniques: http://nicolasgallagher.com/another-css-image-replacement-technique/ http://www.zeldman.com/2012/03/01/replacing-the-9999px-hack-new-image-replacement/ Both are improvements over the old-standard text-indent: -9999px;, especially if you’re dealing with tablets, but does anyone have any other pros/cons on the two? And speaking of … Continue reading

Today’s Readings

I’m not sure if I’d ever grab this to start a new site, but Pea.rs seems like a great playground for testing HTML and CSS, at the very least! What I dig most is that everything is responsive, all the … Continue reading

Responsive vs. Design

As a developer, when I think of responsive design, I get a little (geekily) excited: I love coding, I love building, I love finding a way to make things work. Surely this is why I do what I do. However, … Continue reading