Posts tagged “projects & products”
Code & Creativity is Coming!
Chattanooga is brimming with smart (dare we say, brilliant) designers and developers. Unfortunately, we don't come together to share our knowledge and our passions as much as we could. Until now, that is!
Download AWD direct to Dropbox
You can now download your digital copy of Adaptive Web Design via Dropbox, which is incredibly handy if you are on a mobile device that is not terribly adept at managing downloads.
Hackanooga registration is now open
In a world with universal, ultra high-speed networks, all our assumptions about the web can be reset. What kinds of apps can we build when data can travel as fast as it needs to and processing power is never a bottleneck? The GigCity is going to find out.
From “Mobile Friendly” to “Mobile First”
You may not have noticed, but we just turned this blog on it’s head, design-wise. Those of you browsing on something other than a desktop browser should now be enjoying a much better reading experience. Here’s what’s changed and how we did it.
What Do You Look For in an Browser-based Rich Text Editor?
Over the years we’ve used a number of different rich text editor scripts, but we’ve never felt 100% happy with any software we’ve used. We want to take a step back and look at the big picture before we audition (or build) another one. Can you help us?
Experimenting with Grids Using eCSStender
In preparation for the launch of 10K Apart (Responsive Edition) from Mix Online and An Event Apart, I’ve been feverishly working on a modest implementation of the proposed CSS3 Grid Alignment module using eCSStender.
As many of you know, we officially launched our new training series, Retreats 4 Geeks, with a HTML5 & CSS3 retreat co-led by Eric Meyer and me. The event was held in an amazing cabin on the side of a mountain in Gatlinburg, TN and, as you can probably guess, it was downright magical.
I (Finally) Wrote a Book
Over the last five years, one of the most frequent questions I’ve gotten has been “When are you going to write a book?” Well, I did. Are you happy now?
On Requiring Facebook for Login
Last night, I had a great conversation with Jeff Croft about the pros and cons of requiring a Facebook account for login. It's a trend that seems to be on the rise and I, personally, don't think it's a good long term strategy.
HTML5 & CSS3 on the Appalachian Trail
We’re very excited to announce that our flagship training series, Retreats 4 Geeks, is returning in 2011! We’ll be kicking things off April 8th with 3 days of HTML5 and CSS3 with Eric Meyer and our own Aaron Gustafson.