It’s time to sell my magical iPhone 4. To help sell it, I’ve designed and developed a sell page that has details, pricing and a nice photo gallery.
Posts from the Code Category
Want to make your block colours feel a little bit more “real” but hate having to load up photoshop every time that you get the colour wrong? Just add this CSS!
A jQuery plugin that uses the CSS3 image filters to replicate the tilt-shift effect. This is a proof of concept and currently only works in Chrome & Safari 6.
A super awesome snippet tool. Paste, annotate, share.
Adaptive Images detects your visitor’s screen size and automatically creates, caches, and delivers device appropriate re-scaled versions of your web page’s embeded HTML images. No mark-up changes needed.
Retina.js is an open source script that makes it easy to serve high-resolution images to devices with retina displays.
This image shows the centre of the Milky Way, at the highest zoom level the image has 150 billion pixels and shows one billion stars in our galaxy.
Swipe brings content sliding to the mobile web to preserve space and allow for new types of interaction. Many mobile web sliders currently exist but few embody all the rules a slider like this should follow.
Installing Ruby On Rails locally on your Mac can be daunting for a designer. This guide made it much easier for me. Of course, you will still have to be comfortable with using Terminal.