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Using Picturefill Responsive Images with the WordPress Editor

Folks, we’ve got an image bloat problem. But, it’s OK. We can fix it. When someone on an iPhone with a 320px wide screen on a 3G network arrives at your fancy-schmancy WordPress blog, they don’t need a 1020px wide image. They need an image that’s 320px wide. Each image you load that’s more than […]

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Accessibility Code

Accessible Web Design Pull Quotes

Pull quotes are a great way for articles to pull readers in with your swanky text, reflect traditional print design, and show off your highfalutin typography skills. And, let’s be honest, it just looks so nice. If you don’t think so, you’re probably not reading this article. You’ll need to be OK with HTML and […]

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Design Websites

Create Your Own Crowdfunding Site

I’ve had the honor of working with a team to design and be the front-end developer/UX designer for the best way to create your own crowdfunding site.  Users can have a fully functioning crowdfunding site up and running in two minutes, all without touching a line of code.  CrowdfundHQ was developed entirely from scratch without […]

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Design

Pomona Pectin Directions

My largest print order to date has been completed successfully! Pomona Pectin, a fantastic small company with a internationally distributed low/no sugar pectin, wanted me to convert their current design into Adobe inDesign format for future easy updates, and add color to the layout for a print run of over 200,000 prints. The design scope […]

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Websites

Sweet Pea Box

The Sweet Pea Box website has been lauched! We worked overtime to create a great website for users to create custom subscription accounts that automatically update all kinds of things (user database, MailChimp, WePay account) and always allow users to update their subscriptions.  It’s pretty awesome, and they’re already on track to exceed their sign-up […]

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Takamine FP350SMC-SB

Up for sale is my Takamine FP350SMC-SB. It’s been an incredible guitar with great tone and playability. It’s been loved and broken in over the last 9 years. I never intended to sell this guitar, but I’ve realized that I’m just better suited for a smaller bodied acoustic guitar. Contact me if you’re interested in […]

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Code Design

This Site is Responsive

There are still a few bugs to iron out and it’s only been tested for iPad and Chrome, but this site is now fully responsive for all screen sizes. If you’re on a desktop, go ahead and resize that browser window and watch the magic happen.

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Triangle Brain Teaser

UPDATE on 10/31/2012– My answer is wrong. Eagle-eye commenters found two more triangles to add to my answer, which are pointed out in the comments, and below the gallery in the UPDATE sections. I came across a brain teaser on Facebook that a friend had commented on, and I’m pretty much going to get obsessed […]

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Websites

WeTheTrees Going Strong

WeTheTrees as of right now, just a little over a month into the project, has 579 users and over $18,000 in contributions.  We continue to refine the site and add/fix features as we go.  It’s becoming quite an effective, pleasant platform to use and it’s exciting to see all the amazing projects achieving their goals. Things […]

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Code

Set-up postfix to send emails through gMail

A few projects I’m working on need to be able to send emails through the website, and since I develop everything locally, I need to be able to send emails from localhost. My searching on how to do this (remember, I’m a front-end developer!) lead me to this amazing postfix email set-up tutorial.  Enjoy!