A quick note about the concept of retrofitting responsiveness onto existing websites - is it feasible? how well does it work? We're in the process of trying it out with Costhetics - one of our clients..Read More
This is a collection of the articles I've written over the past 8 years, I've edited and tidied them up for clarity. I also got rid of a lot of older, less relevant (read: stupid) articles. I'm going for clean, and quality.
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One of the things i'm doing at the moment (very slowly) is converting all my CSS to SCSS. I find the maintainability so much better - today i found a tool to convert existing CSS to SCSS. Not bad.Read More
A really simple (and old/obvious) tutorial for building an accessible HTML menu using a CSS styled UL - common practice. Styling the nav of a site is something we do.. well, everytime we build a site. The nav of a site is one if the most important (and often most neglected) elements. So what can we do to make sure our nav is as accessible as possible?Read More
After reading a post over at Jonathon Snook's blog about CSS resets (which I also don’t use). I found myself thinking about whether I care if my designs are implemented pixel perfect in all browsers. The short answer is: no. Pixel perfection is a thing of the past - pure and simple. The mantra "content is king" isn't just a mantra anymore - pixel perfection was never relevant. But now it's absurd.Read More