Great for helping students visualize how they are constructed. https://www.jasondavies.com/animated-bezier/
You know when you use css background images for rollovers but then when the user clicks the button, there’s an annoying outline left around the button? Here’s the fix. http://css-tricks.com/removing-the-dotted-outline/. Outline:0;
My friend Liz is opening a consignment shop for women and children on the corner of Rosa Parks and Interstate in North Portland, Oregon. She’s having an opening party this weekend! Come on down and check it out. Oh, and I designed the website and poster. button women’s and children’s consignment 6517 N Interstate Portland […]
The new House of Bagels site is live! I partnered with Singlebound Creative to convert the existing site into a custom WordPress site for easier maintenance by the client. We added a nice jquery slideshow widget: Skitter slideshow to showcase items on the homepage.
I’m broke. My credit card debt is growing. I want to go to France this summer so badly, I can’t stand the idea of missing it for another year. Juniper is old enough that I think she would have a great time on the property we stay at in caunes-minervois. I WILL make this happen. […]
Designing a logo and need some inspiration, check out BrandsoftheWorld.com. It’s chock full of all kinds of logo designs, some great, some bad. But there’s lots to browse through.
Aneko Studios has a nice css blog. This post in particular shows you how to hide an image on hover, ambulance displaying the background image behind it. Nice option for image rollovers.
another great website. Ashes and milk is a site showcasing the work of textile, wood, metal and 2D artists. The design combines photographs with simple css styles to make a great, simple, textural site.
Just poking around “the internets” looking for inspiration and found this adorable and beautiful children’s book website. Octonauts.