If you don't go after what you want, you'll never have it. If you don't ask, the answer is always no. If you don't step forward, you're always in the same place.Nora Roberts
I believe we are on the cusp of the broader adoption of JS as a leading language for building and controlling hobbyist hardware systems.Chris Williams
Here’s an article that I wrote in Beans & Curry showing how to use different file paths depending on the environment that your application is running on.
This often happens to me whenever I start a new project: I start working locally on a brand new project I go to GitHub and create a new repository for my project Confused, start Google-ing how to connect the two of them How do I connect them? Here’s what you need to do to connect [...]
This is a trick that I usually use when I need to clone an existing WordPress installation in my local computer.
If the data was designed or positioned differently, would you still make it a table?Jorge Pedret
If the data was designed or positioned differently, would you still make it a table?
Here’s another quick snipped that I used recently to load Google Maps on demand.
This is a quick way to manage packages or including multiple files using require.js.
This tool helps to combine iconic webfonts for your project. With fontomas you can: Make a limited symbols subset, with reduced font size, Merge symbols from several fonts to single file, Access large collections of professional-grade open source icons
Last week I started using the Ben Alman jQuery plugin for posting messages between different windows. Although it worked marvellously in modern browsers, Internet Explorer wouldn’t work properly for some cases. We’re currently using postMessage/receiveMessage to dynamically resize an iframe inside our client’s page. The plugin works in most browsers, including IE. But in my case, it was [...]
Great WordPress theme for creating a pattern library
While traveling in Venezuela, I was helping a friend setup his first WordPress site. He loved every single part of it, except that it was all in English and he wanted to see it in Spanish. Que problem-o.
Using a different language for WordPress’ admin, was something I’ve always wanted to learn, so I started looking around and I couldn’t believe how easy it was…
The key thing to understand is that the rules of SEO aren’t magic or arbitrary. They’re based on the goals of a search engine, which is to find relevant results.Matt Legend Gemmell
The key thing to understand is that the rules of SEO aren’t magic or arbitrary. They’re based on the goals of a search engine, which is to find relevant results. Relevance implies genuineness, and genuineness implies trust. So, shockingly, you should try to make your site’s content trustworthy, genuine and relevant. All of the rules [...]
Check out Luke Holder from Method & Craft on “Layer Style Jailbreaking”. He show us how to make Photoshop Layer Styles separate into their own layer and some reasons why we want to do that.
After a lot of work and tweaking around things, we’ve finally made live the landing page for COOQ (http://cooq.com/). I’d love to hear your feedback!
Those businesses that miss this opportunity will find a slipping point that may eventually give way to Digital Darwinism, the evolution of consumer behavior when society and technology evolve faster than you.Brian Solis
Learn how to make texts in Photoshop that can be shaped. Wish I knew about this trick earlier, as the author said, is not as obvious as you want it to be. Great video by Adrian Taylor from Method & Craft. They always have the best tricks that you really didn’t know about. Here’s a [...]
I’ve been looking for a while for a tutorial that explains how to do tileable textures in photoshop. Two days ago I stumbled on Phil Coffman’s great video tutorial (from Method & Craft) explaining exactly what I wanted. Definitely must check it out!
I created this design really quick to show a client some ideas I had in mind for his construction related iPad app’s website. This is the original sketch for the character: As always, any comments are appreciated!
I’m creating a mascot character for a client’s business, and this is part of the brainstorming process: One of my favorite steps of this job . Here’s one of the characters that I came up with during the brainstorming session: For generating ideas my favorite thing to do is draw for hours whatever comes into [...]