Too Many Options

I really do think that it is possible to suffer from too many options. It can be totally paralyzing when starting a web project. Recently I’ve been using Evernote to create the notes and checklists for many of my projects. … Continue reading

Emailed Media Queries

I’ve been spending a bunch of time working on responsive design projects lately and have found one major flaw with how I share that information with users. The HTML emails I send are designed to fit into 600px inboxes, but … Continue reading

Get Social

Making your website easier for others to share is super important for SEO, ROI and ever other buzz-word/acronym-of-the-week that “experts” are constantly pushing. So, why would we make it difficult for others to share your website’s info? My reasoning earlier … Continue reading

A New View for “My TextMate”

Last week I was watching a screencast from the popular website CSS-TRICKS and I noticed a detail that I often overlook. Chris Coyier, the owner of this screencast, had customized colors and fonts in Textmate. Why had I never thought … Continue reading

Mac Mail Signature Hack

Creating HTML signatures on your Mac’s Mail (Snow Leopard) is an easy hack that can be accomplished in a few easy steps. You can even specify different signatures for different accounts. All you really need to accomplish this is a … Continue reading

Codecademy

Smashing magazine recently had a twitter update about a website called Codecademy that helps you learn how to code. Currently there is only the “Getting Started with Programming” course available. This course goes over the basics of Javascript, with lessons … Continue reading