Just When I Thought You Couldn’t Possibly Be Any Dumber

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I enjoy a good movie as much as the next guy. I particularly enjoy myself a good comedy. Because of this I’ve decided to jump into a bit of a series of typographic posters that celebrate some of my favorite movie quotes. We are starting things off on a good foot with just one of the many classic lines that make Dumb and Dumber stand out as one of my favorite movies ever.

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Animate Background Gradients with CSS3

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It’s been a little while since I had some fun with CSS on my blog, time to fix that. Today I want to look into putting together some buttons with CSS3. Now, this is nothing new of course. I’m sure there are hundreds of articles out there talking about what you can do with CSS3 to make some great buttons that don’t lean on images for support. Indeed I have been using CSS to build interface pieces for quite some time now and as a result I have come to favor certain styles and ways of going about my button creation. Let’s look into some of the pros and cons offered by CSS3.

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Stop Designing for Devices

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Let’s start off by getting one thing clear, this is a straight up rant. Enjoy my rage fueled comments and feel your emotions start to boil over as you either take personal offense or realize that you completely agree. What has gotten me to this point is the constant stream of crap I see about responsive web design (RWD). We are getting fed article, after article, after article of people preaching RWD as the solution for all of the devices out there.

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New Design

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Over the past few months I’ve been working on my website here and there between other projects. Today the new site goes live!

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Case Study: OnePlace Inc. Design

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When OnePlace Inc. came to me they had decided to shift the direction of their business and needed a new web design that reflected their new goals. While the target market was the same, the product was entirely new.

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