When a friend requested a way to present a piece of print media online without losing the novelty created by its multiple folds, we weren't sure if CSS Transforms and Animations would suffice...
As RedwoodJS gains more terrain, it's time to see if its generators and well organized structure will help us out with building the front end of a CraftCMS site.
CSS animation of a classic optical illusion of rotating items.
After a client’s RSS Feed daily email campaign stopped working I had to reanalyze a series of firewall rules I had just set in their CloudFlare account.
When it was time to do an audit of the different image sizes in a Drupal site, I found that there were quite a few image ratios... Just how different were they? I had to find out of course.
Experiment. What do you do when your beautifully designed large headings seem a little overwhelming against those inevitable small stories? Well, first of, try a little redesign maybe? But then... if the problem persists, perhaps we could get a little... funky with
Wanna use sed in macOS? Save yourself a headache and use the classic gnu-sed instead of the default sed that comes pre-installed with macOS! Trust me...
A mural made of simple lines and circles as a representation of the sales and marketing process as it propagates and spreads out looking for connections. Any similarities with the concept of human interactions is not just a coincidence... any similarities with fish ARE a coincidence.
A very clean semantic HTML progress bar styled with nothing but CSS, requires only one class to style all steps, finished or unfinished.
Animated illustrations that use @patrykzabielski's script, and Jun Luo's digital paintings. Patryk's parallax script is an elegant piece of code that use a
data value to animate layered images parallaxically (?). With a few tweaks to the styles, I've added greater control to the ratio of the image, that way we're not limited by a fixed height.