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Get Fluent in the Web - HTML5

Learn to speak our language!

Get Fluent in the Web - HTML5

Posted January 21, 2014

So you are thinking about getting on-board this new-fangled World Wide Web thing and getting a website of your own. Sometimes the web can seem like a scary place, and it doesn't help when your guides are throwing out crazy acronyms and buzzwords you've never heard of! HTML5! Cross-browser compatibility! SSL! AJAX! What does it mean? What do you really need, and what do y ...

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Image Cutter

An open source javascript image cropping plug-in

Image Cutter

Posted January 17, 2014

Image Cutter is a javascript plug-in that creates a user-interface for cropping images. It is flexible, easy-to-use, cross-browser friendly, touch friendly, and has no dependencies.

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JS Animation that Works

The Magic of Spriting

JS Animation that Works

Posted September 17, 2013

HTML is the language the web is built in, and it is kind of a strange beast. Although it was originally intended as a way to easily share academic information across the internet, it has been slowly transformed to accommodate the media-rich environment we know and love, sort of like a cherished lawn mower that has been fitted with jet engines. An updated version of this tutorial is now being h ...

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The Personality of Color

Get To Know Your Colors

The Personality of Color

Posted September 09, 2013

Every color has a personality. So before you start just picking whatever color you please, take the time to get to know all the colors and learn how they feel (and will make your audience feel too).   Let me introduce you:  

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Charlotte Katelyn
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The Art of Combining Fonts

Basic Guidelines to Follow When Mixing Fonts

The Art of Combining Fonts

Posted September 04, 2013

So you've found the font for your design. It's perfect. The style of it beautifully compliments your design. It goes with the message so harmoniously that you could cry. The sweet serifs whisper to the audience that they are witnessing the most glorious design that they have ever laid eyes on. Then you realize you have one problem. You can't find another font that looks good with i ...

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Charlotte Katelyn
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