Testing your Responsive Site

Over the last year or so I’ve been involved with a few major projects that required responsive design/development. One of the most important things to remember about a responsive design is that it’s not just good enough to make sure your design shrinks with a smaller browser on your computer. Presumably, you’re doing this because …

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Some Interesting Links & Podcasts

I just started listening to podcasts regularly so I figured I’d share some of them, as well as your normal cool links. Stuff You Should Know: A podcast from How Stuff Works about general knowledge stuff that covers a wide range of topics from Bitcoin to Torture. Very interesting stuff! Stuff You Missed in History …

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Web Development Resources, Summer 2013

I have a ton of bookmark folders to help keep myself organized, though to be honest I usually bookmark something and then forget about it. So, while looking through some of my folders, I can across a good amount of web development resources I’ve been keeping. I’ve decided to share them.

Interesting Links for Friday

The Offline Glass: This is fantastic. A glass that will only stand up if a cell phone is under it. This is needed in all bars. Google Robot helps boy throw out first pitch: This is ridiculous and amazing. Google is doing things that are truly changing the world. And the story isn’t too bad either 😉 …

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My Slides from PABUG 2012

Here you go! My slides from my talk, “Using PHP to Create a Web-­Based Mobile Banner Application” from @PA_BUG are available for download (links to my Public Dropbox folder). There is also a link to our current mobile app.  Thanks to everyone who came out, and to PABUG for having me! Slides (pdf) Slides (ppt) …

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Web Design Day 2012, Pittsburgh

Over the weekend, I attended Web Design Day in Pittsburgh, PA. There were a lot of great speakers, I met a lot of great people, and it was an all-around fun event! Here are some of my notes from the talks.

Manifest Development Redesign 2011: The Homepage

[singlepic id=7 w=320 h=240 float=right] Last week I launched a redesign of my freelance site, Manifest Development. I started developing it in late November, and wanted to revamp the site completely from design to content. I got some feedback from my students during one class when we were talking about the importance of a small business’ …

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