In the last couple of years, a common issue in UI/UX development has popped up because of the introduction of so many smartphones and tablets that have flooded the market. It is really important to understand the distinction between the terms “responsive” and “adaptive” when it comes to development. What is a mobile experience? A […]
I have always been a fan of Rapid Application Development. In some cases prototyping an experience (AKA Interactive Wireframing) can also be a useful tool during development. Foundation is a great framework for this. Used correctly, it can really help to refine requirements, educate the client or help define user experience requirements. More info: http://foundation.zurb.com/prototyping.php
1. The difference between a website and web application. It is important to understand the difference between a website and a web application. A website is any online digital presence. A web application is any online digital presence driven by an online data source (CMS or other database). Ten years ago, roughly 10% of all […]
IFrames are commonly used to allow embedding of third-party content. Many popular services, such as YouTube and Facebook, make extensive use of IFrames in their embeddable widgets. On a responsive website, all page components must be responsive. There are multiple ways of making an IFrame responsive. Some responsive IFrame use-cases can be solved with simple […]
Consider for a moment your perfect dream home. You have always thought about what this home would look like. The amenities, landscaping, size, rooms, floors, bathrooms and all the other things that makes a home look like a home. But wait, in all your thoughts about your perfect house, did you ever really think about […]
Sat outside tonight and looked at the moon through the telescope. It’s amazing how real it becomes. Something we take for granted everyday, like the moon is so surreal when you are viewing it through a telescope and not in a picture.
Thanks to my co-worker Rob Lowe for finding this little gem. http://packery.metafizzy.co/
Here is our newest family member, Molly. Amazing little Boston Terrier.
Cross Origin Resource Support or CORS for short, or HTTP Access Control, available in recent browsers, allows you to make cross-domain HTTP requests; the only requirement being that you must have control over the server-side implementation of the domain targeted in your XMLHttpRequest calls. Source: http://www.kendoui.com/blogs/teamblog/posts/11-10-03/using_cors_with_all_modern_browsers.aspx