Responsive or not, there’s no reason why we shouldn’t all be designing and building sites on flexible foundations.
I recently got a question about CSS experimentation from Paddy O’Hanlon, and I thought it warranted a quick post.
Gene Crawford from UnmatchedStyle asked Paravel to design a page for this year’s CSS Off competition. Over 5,000 front-end developers have...read more
The concept of permanently placing content on a web page for a single browsing width or resolution is becoming a thing...read more
Lettering.js was built to solve a problem. As web typography improves, web designers want the same level of control print designers...read more
In certain situations, RGBa (red, green, blue, alpha) and HSLa (hue, saturation, lightness, alpha) color values can save the day. It’s...read more
You’ve gotta appreciate the imageless design elements the CSS box-shadow property makes possible. No more slicing up 3 jpgs to recreate...read more
IE9 public beta is here, and I’ve had the fair fortune to be recruited by The Friends of Mighty to showcase...read more
Page speed and load times are the foundation for a positive user experience on the web.
“Elements that rely only on mousemove, mouseover, mouseout or the CSS pseudo-class :hover may not always behave as expected on a...read more
Earlier this year I was fortunate enough to become acquainted with Brian Hoff through DesignSwap and Dribbble. After being really impressed...read more
With no clear purpose or plan, I’ve resolved to experiment with CSS3 on a regular basis. Some of these note-posts may...read more
I had a lot of fun dabbling in CSS3 on a recent post, but had to hold back a bit to...read more
Put on your critical thinking caps…
The greatest feeling for me as a kid was looking into a mixed box of Legos After prying open the stuck-on...read more