I have all these interests and sometimes wonder what to do about them. I've found that the best thing for me to do is synthesize them into projects that are both engaging for me to make and engaging for everyone else to use.
The Front-end Blogging Zeitgeist of 2013
To bring 2013 to a close, we have a list of some key blog posts in the world of front-end development that made us question how websites should be made.
Truncation with CSS (Sassy)
Using SASS and a few basic properties in CSS, we can acheive an effect to dynamically truncate lists of content and present a count of how much content is being hidden to the user.
SVG Illustrations 201
HTML and CSS have come a long way recently, but even today they often lack a certain something. We, as content authors, sometimes want a little more flair on the web.
From Wordpress to Anchor
When making the journey from a static website with some HTML files and a few external resources to a CMS-based blog, I initially thought "Wordpress" and nothing more, but about a week into developing the site to my liking I realized, "I think there are too many complex files here."