Hello WWWorld. This is just quick update to let y’all know that I am still alive n’ kicking. I’m just balls deep in client stuff at the moment… I have a few nice articles planned for the near future though, stay tuned.
It’s a proven fact that web design isn’t just about pretty colours and images. It’s main focus should be the typography. Typography isn’t just about picking a cool font however, it’s about shaping on page text for optimal reading experience. One thing that is overlooked by some web designers/developers when coding up their designs are font stacks.
It seems that on many blogs my comments get caught as spam. Now because i’m an author on TutToaster and no longer just a ‘contributor’, I used this opportunity to carry out a few comment tests to see what was making my comments be flagged as spam.
Matthew’s Pick of the Week is a weekly roundup of the most amazing websites which serve as amazing sources of inspiration. This weeks favourites are: Blake Allen Design, Camp Firebelly, Formee, Puma Running and Roaaar.
I have started getting into the whole ‘writing blog posts for other blogs’ shabang and today, my first guest post went live over at TutToaster.
Matthew’s Pick of the Week is a weekly roundup of the most amazing websites which serve as amazing sources of inspiration. This weeks favourites are: Design Fridge, the Slapometer, Giraffe, Film Trip and Rain Creative Lab.
Yeserday I talked a little bit about CSS3 and the joys it brings to web designers and developers. CSS3 has been alive an’ kickin’ now for a good few months and developers have had a fair bit of time to use it or not not use it. CSS3’s primary use is for adding nice, subtle enhancements on websites to really give them that ‘polished-off’ look. However, CSS3 has sparked off a lot of discussion in the magical design / developer wonderland and whether it should actually be used.
Rightio! My blog is online for reals now, so feel free to have a look around. That said though, there isn’t much to look at apart from my previous post and the About Page. For those of you who have read my previous post you’ll know that I had a few things to sort out before I could officially declare “Webtime Stories” ‘live’. Those things have been taken care of. Except for Browser Compatibility which was my main problem. I’d say i’m fairly ‘in’ with new web technologies and trends so I have to experiment with them and put them into practise. It’s just how I roll :P …
So my blog is finally back online… It’s about time to be honest. I’ve been meaning to get it back up and running for like, well near a year now. It just kept being ‘put off’ and put back on the shelf so it could collect dust and have conversations with random spiders passing by…