This is a quick comic I drew that explains what really happens inside a web server. I started out with the intent to draw an infographic to explain the process, but quickly realized that my 'infographic' was looking more like a comic. So I went with it.Continue reading »
Mar 9, 2010 | Filed under Design | 0 Comments
The navigation menu is one of the most important elements in website design. Clear, concise navigation allows users to quickly and easily find what they're looking for. And when this happens, you greatly increase your chances of a sale, new subscriber, or whatever the goal of the website is. On our latest project we put a lot of focus on designing and polishing the navigation menu; and in this post we'll break down all the elements and show you how to make your own awesome CSS navigation menus!Continue reading »
Jan 24, 2010 | Filed under Design | 0 Comments
PunyPNG is a free website optimization tool that dramatically reduces the file size of your images without any loss of quality.
I've just released the free WordPress theme: Halftone. It's a clean, blue and grey theme with halftone patterns, designed for over-sized logos. Read on for preview and download links!Continue reading »
Dec 27, 2009 | Filed under Wordpress | 1 Comments
Content management systems are becoming more popular as well as more important. If your site is not powered by one you're wasting time and resources. In this post I take a look at my transition from a custom content management system to the possibility of using one of the many excellent, free and open source content management systems available today.Continue reading »
Dec 20, 2009 | Filed under SiteManagr | 9 Comments
SiteManagr is a simple, open source content management system built on the CodeIgniter PHP framework. I've just released version 0.31 (beta).Continue reading »
TeuxDeux is a simple, designy, browser-based to-do app.
COMING SOON: an easy-to-use, full featured content management system (CMS) built on the open source CodeIgniter PHP framework.Continue reading »
Nov 9, 2009 | Filed under Software | 0 Comments
With the holidays almost here and the year winding down, what better time to look back and review accomplishments and set some goals for the upcoming year. In this post I'll take a look at some of the tools and technologies I've learned over the past year and why you should learn them too! I'll also set some goals as a developer/designer for the year to come.Continue reading »