Briefing: Claire designed logo and corporate identity and this needed to be translated to the web. Client wanted to be able to add ‘news’ pages, to edit existing pages (occasionally) and a multi-lingual site (NL, EN & DE). After some research we decided on CMSimple, as it reallyRead More
Two weeks ago I signed up for this training: CSS Live with Russ Weakley (of MaxDesign).
Why? After dabbling with CSS for years now, I felt there was not a true understanding/foundation – sure, I manage (with the help of an editor), but some things just didn’t work – they should, yet they didn’t… and of course they didn’t make sense at all – “CSS sucks!”. And what the heck are ‘floats’? “I don’t need them, so who cares?”
“Pattern Tap is here to satisfy and encourage the inspiration needs of my interface design peers and peeps. We aspire to be the design tap for your next inspiration need.”
“Pattern Tap was born out of our love for the best interface designs on the web. We wanted a place where we could come and easily find the stuff we were looking for. SometimesRead More
Granted, not a pc or laptop, but still: Virginia loves her iPad. For perspective: she was born in the year aluminium foil was invented. And this: 1910 inventions. In the first 10 years of her life, this was added: 1910-1920 inventions. Yet she’s still rhyming better than most rappers these days 🙂
Thanq Mr. OneDayCompany!Read More
You have seen them before: word (or tag) clouds. Wordle was the first one (correct me if I’m wrong). I once imported my LinkedIn contacts – and just now my Del.icio.us tags: cloudy. Interestingly enough, Wordle is now used by a Dutch scientist to evaluate policy-programs of political parties: based on their wordclouds, he determines what they (claim to) emphasize on (yet even the experts had a hard time guessing which cloud belonged to what party…) – view them here.Read More