Let's go through this one more time, hopefully this time it'll stick.
How I use Sass' @mixin and @extend directives to keep my style definitions DRY as a dead dingo's donger.
A man says something about typography on the web, a pedant with typographic OCD (I'll play the role of this one) replies.
Time to take a stand! For too long we've had to deal with «UX» people who chose a career for its cool abbreviation. UX means something, people!
I am a structure freak with my grids and baselines. If the vertical flow gets out of line I turn to this jQuery snippet to fix all the things.
From planning to production, I'll take you through the process of writing up the scalable, modular, interactivodular styles of an adaptive website.
You know that thing Mobile Safari does, right, where it zooms the page when you turn the device over on the side? Yeah, now you can do something about that.
CSS and a little jQuery you can use for displaying your grids behind the content of your site.
Dr Gridlove, or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Embrace my OCD. A write-up of how I build my grid systems using SASS and some clever ideas.
I’m a front-end web developer and designer, working as senior web developer at Shortcut, an app development company.
Though I'm now a full-time front-end developer, my professional life has been varied and quite interesting over the years. I'm a fashion photographer by trade, with a Bachelors degree from University of the Arts in London, but I have put that path aside in favor of the web.
Since the late nineties I’ve worked in various creative positions, for a broad variety of companies. My experiences from working across many different creative fields helps me design and build better websites.
Disclaimer: The views and opinions shared on this blog are mine and mine alone, and do not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of my employer.