Design

  1. What and how I support browsers

    23 October 2012

    <p>I support browsers differently to how your do, and vice versa,</p>

  2. A responsive 'accordian to tabs' pattern

    14 October 2012

    <p>A quick post about developing a responsive design pattern.</p>

  3. My process is broken and that's ok.

    13 October 2012

    <p>With talk about process, mine is definitely broken, it always will be. But it’s constantly adapted and refined too.</p>

  4. Stu goes Sass...

    08 July 2012

    <p>I’ve just started pulling my punches with Sass, here’s how I got to where I’m up to with it.</p>

  5. Create a responsive mobile first menu

    14 May 2012

    <p>Add that <span class=“caps”>CSS</span> menu button you’ve created to a progressively enhanced, gracefully degrading, mobile first, responsive navigation system.</p>

  6. Create a pure CSS menu button

    12 May 2012

    <p>Part 1 in a series of mobile/responsive navigation. Here we look at creating a menu button</p>

  7. CSS navigation with diagonals

    07 May 2012

    <p>Spurred on from a tweet, I created a little fun navigations system that uses :before and :after.</p>

  8. A green light for productivity

    05 February 2012

    <p>Give your todo list a traffic light system…</p>

  9. A LESS approach to "Mobile First" CSS & supporting older IE browsers

    01 December 2011

    <p>In a reply to Nicolas Gallagher’s post on using <span class=“caps”>SASS</span> to create stylesheets for the “mobile first” designer that still wants to support legacy browsers that don’t support CSS3 media queries.</p>

  10. Decisions, decisions, decisions

    29 November 2011

    <p>Why haven’t you made your latest site with newest and greatest whizz-bangs?</p>

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