Crappy animated GIFs, guestbook, blinking text… this website has it all.
CSS has come a long way in recent years, but there’s still room for growth and improvement.
In which I use some unorthodox and even unwise techniques to make this site’s CSS as small as possible.
2019 looks to be just as exciting for Craft as 2018 was, and that’s saying something.
Random links to make you a better web developer.
Also: Google’s safe browsing technology, checking out CSS, hating open offices, and your poor time-tracking skills.
Also: Complexity vs. simplicity, improving accessibility, customizing Google maps, handy CSS snippets, and learning Craft.
Also: Google AMP controversy, licensing designers, and an awesome fieldtype for the Statamic CMS
Bard combines an unobtrusive text editor with very customizable content block functionality.
Think of a webpage as a collection of discrete, self-contained blocks of content — and edit it accordingly.
The new site takes a more community-based approach to film coverage.
This is how web page layout should be. How it should’ve always been.
I redesigned Opus’ logo because I wanted to make my website faster. Did it work?
Websites can never be too fast, which means that website images can never be too small.