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Quick Tip: SVG Fonts & @font-face

posted on Dec 1, 2011.

In this post we will take a quick look at an issue that occasionally creeps up and prevents the loading of SVG fonts through @font-face. The issue, while quite small and very simple to resolve, has the potential to drive the average developer mad with frustration. Hopefully this quick tip will help prevent that!

Wireframing is About More than Just Visual Layout

posted on Jul 19, 2011.

In this article, I will be drawing on my own recent experience to consider the topic of wireframes. Most specifically, I will be considering how wireframes are about more than just establishing the visual layout for a website and should not be created entirely in a vacuum, but rather with thoughtful consideration to structure and even HTML.

10 More Awesome Online Tools for Design and Development

posted on Dec 11, 2010.

In this article, I want to share 10 more awesome online resources that I use to make my work as a designer and developer faster and easier. These range CSS generators, to typographical tools, to code validators. All are useful in their own ways, so be sure to check them out.

Are We Taking CSS Too Far?

posted on Aug 14, 2010.

CSS is a remarkable technology, capable of doing things that I wouldn’t have even dreamed of when I was first introduced to it. There are all kinds of amazing demonstrations and experiments out there, but when we start talking about pure CSS icons in a production environment, have we started to go too far?

10 Of My Favorite Online Tools for Design and Development

posted on Aug 7, 2010.

In this article, I want to share 10 awesome online resources that I use to make my work as a designer and developer faster and easier. These range from grid customization, to typographical tools, to icons and other forms of graphical generators. Be sure to check them all out.

It’s The Little Things

posted on Jul 7, 2010.

Sometimes its the little things in a design that can have the biggest impact. In this article, we’ll look at six different examples of websites that do a great job with these little things. We’ll also consider each site on its own, and how the smaller details help support the design.

5 Basic Usability Breakdowns You Want to Avoid

posted on May 20, 2010.

In this article, I just want to focus on five really basic usability “breakdowns”, based on my own recent browsing and professional experience. It simply lists some simple and basic fundamentals that I think that every designer and developer should follow – yet which it seems that so many don’t.

Echoes – Week 19 (Jan 18, 2010)

posted on Jan 18, 2010.

Echoes: Week 19 – Jan 18 2010. This is the nineteenth edition of my weekly Echoes posts, in which I feature some of the best work that I have found on the web. Features one logo, one piece of art, one tutorial and one website.

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