Category Archives: Development

Close Your Eyes, Use Your Site

No really. Close your eyes. Now browse to your favorite website. If you’re brave, one you’ve built! Did you cheat a little? OK, you may have held fast and followed my little fiat, using a key command to open a new tab, remembering where your cursor took focus, then typing in the URL. Then what? […]

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An A-hole for @font-face Font Icons

Remember Webdings? Hell, remember Zapf Dingbats? Familiar with the Unicode Standard? Do you still find icons in your fonts to be so damn queer? Well I think you cray cray and I’m about to tell you why. History 1977 – Mr Hermann Zapf and the International Typeface Corporation were obviously ahead of their time creating a collection of […]

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Super Mega Ultra Nav

Recently revealed at the Grand Opening of the Seattle ID meetup, I bring you the Super Mega Ultra Nav. Based on rudimentary CSS and HTML, this example of front end fantasticaliciousness is intended for the wide eyed beginner to the powerful ninja dev. This little guy was built mobile first and responsive to screen sizes […]

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