So you have read my first tutorial designers become front enders part 1 and now you want to start using some of what you have learnt with html and css. Well ok let’s go for it!
Animating layout at breakpoints
Ever resized your browser to see how a site reacts responsively and seen a block animate from one place to another? It is a nice effect isn’t it? So let’s take a look at how you could achieve this using transitions. Continue reading
Implementing, Styling and Extending Flexslider
What are Frameworks? 20 Best Responsive CSS Frameworks Explained
I get a lot of people asking me what framework I use and what I would recommend. I do not always give a definitive answer, I generally ask what the project is and what they require it to do and advise from there or explain a few frameworks and let them decide or even tell them just to do it themselves to avoid any bloat. So I thought it was worthwhile sharing my thoughts, I aim to explain what frameworks are and what they are used for, alongside a selection of the best that can be downloaded for free. This should help web designers and developers who are starting out to discover resources and possibilities. Continue reading
47 Inspiring CSS3 Animations
So it has been a little while ey! But here is a new blog post for you and a lightly different approach for this one. Instead of my usual tutorial and information style I am going for the pure inspiration approach. Continue reading
CSS3 2D and 3D Transform Techniques
Still using flash or gifs or such like to create some nice animations?….. Well those days are gone!! With the huge amount of css3 properties now available it is time to start showing them off whenever you get the chance. Continue reading
Designers Become Front-enders Part 1
At figleaves.com recently the design team that are mostly pure designers expressed an interest in learning HTML and CSS.
They have little to no knowledge of any HTML so I thought about it and wondered as alien as it seems to me how many people out there using the web or designing for it actually don’t know what it is made of and would be interested in learning how to do it. Hence the reason for this blog post, it is the first part in what I will be teaching to the designers here so they can have a better understanding of what my team do and perhaps teach themselves to do it as well. Continue reading