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I started as a graphic designer in my early 20s, moved to web design in 2009, and now have years of front-end coding experience. What I care most about is for people to have a great experience enjoying the things I create.
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Prettier embeds for your YouTubes with easy to use options like fetch the highest resol...
The goal of these pricing grids is to provide a range of budgets for freelance design s...
Inspiration for website components, logos, colors, and lots more!
A gallery of mobile design patterns.
Clean, modern, simple, no hacks needed. Works for IE8+, Chrome, Firefox, Opera. Does no...
The use of large, expressive typography offers us the ability to combine the two approa...
Semantics. Style Guides and Redesigns. A Matter of Maintenance. Clients and Communicati...
Previous to the interactive placeholder, I was just using a normal one. I liked the sim...
We'll first look at an algorithm for predicting a user's intentions by calculating mous...
We didn't focus on the Style Guide as the deliverable. Instead we focused on reducing c...
Sidebars have been with us for years, and it is sometimes hard to think of a blog desig...
Tutorial that covers what Node.js is and how to use it to build your first application.
A 7-part series on becoming an expert with angular.js
John Cleese gives a talk on how to be creative.