Busy with Moonplayer.com

Hello! I’ve been busy working on a new project with Ingenious Designs called Moonplayer.com! It’s a music player that plays songs and music videos from YouTube by artists in your playlist. Very cool and worth checking out! You can find it at: www.moonplayer.com I’m learning a lot of exciting things about jQuery in the process, […]

Making WordPress Client Friendly Part 1: Using query_posts()

I used to have this problem a lot, and maybe you can relate: You’re working with a client and they want to be able to change the content of their site with ease. The only problem is, you don’t want them to ruin the styling in the process! Sometimes when clients start changing things around […]

Spillt.com Added to FWA 2011 Public Shortlist

We’re proud to announce that our most recent piece of work, the Spillt Motion Graphics website, has been nominated for a CSS Design Award and has been added to the Favourite Website Awards 2011 Public Shortlist! It was great creating this site for Spillt, an awesome motion graphics company based in Denver, and working with […]

5 Beginning WordPress Techniques

Part of what makes WordPress so useful is the myriad of features it supports, and the high level of customization that it offers. When first starting out, it can be daunting to try and explore all of the options available to you! So here are 5 techniques that I found useful when I first starting […]

5 TextMate Features That Will Save You Hours

Here are 5 of the features that make TextMate one of the best options for developers today. After working with many different editors, I’ve found that TextMate saves the most time and has the most efficient workflow. Hopefully this article will help you save as much time as I have by tapping into the powerful […]

5 Great Beginning Web Design/Development Books

It’s hard to know where to begin when you’re buying your first book in an attempt to learn a new skill. Always make sure to buy the newest edition of any web design or development book you’re interested in, because times change and so do the best-practices for each language. There’s no such thing as […]

Background bug in IE6

I came across a pretty frustrating IE6 background bug a while ago and it took me a while to figure out the surprisingly simply solution! Well, technically this isn’t a bug. It’s technically a user-error, but the code (albeit incorrect) works in most modern browsers! Take a look at the following code: body { background: […]

Using the WordPress Page Name as a Body Tag ID

This is my first tutorial. Ever. So please let me know if there is anything that needs improving or if you have any questions, comments, or suggestions. That said, I hope this helps someone out! I’ve found that it’s often easier to work on a webpage with body tag ID’s. Luckily, you can add these […]