The world is too small– Magda Nieto
Wordpress + Thesis + HTML5 Audio
I’ve been working on a project that required a consistent UI for it’s audio player across as many device’s as possible. The client insisted that it must not rely on flash. I started doing some reading on HTML5 audio and got a bit worried that the whole thing was a bit vague because HTML5 is in draft and all that sorta stuff. I tried mediaelement.js - but there were problems....
InDesign Hide Show Baseline in Leopard →
This has bugged me for weeks.
Me: did you know it's a $25 million dead or alive reward for Osama Bin Laden? If we found him, we could pay our N-Power bill.
Nat: Haven't they found him yet?
strekaza: Creating the building for an online game. Sue and I are working on a project which involves us building a shop - we’ve decided to take it s a learning exercise and brush up on some new skills. Video’s like this are a fantastic resource.
Easy Custom Fields in WordPress
The problem. Now that we’ve shown you lot of great things you can do with custom fields, how about an automated function for easily getting custom fields values? Getting custom field values isn’t hard for developers or those familiar with PHP, but can be such a pain for non-developers. With this hack, getting any custom field value has never been easier. The solution. Here’s the function. Paste...
My experience with HTML5 audio
I’m currently working on a web-based project for a musical award organisation. The brief was very specific in that the audio player (to be displayed on each winners page) should work on the Apple iPad and iPhone. So we stared to think about solutions. Flash clearly won’t work on iOS, so HTML5 audio seemed like a good idea. So we have decided that a HTML5 approach with a flash fallback...
CSS Webkit Appearance →
I did not know this. Very useful for anyone developing web stuff and has to consider mobile webkit browsers.
Wood Grain Illustrator Tutorial →
Been wanting to know how to do this for ages! Bring on the Illustrator.
Lost World’s Fairs by Trent Walton →
A write up from one of the designers on the IE9 poster sites.