Bundle Up in Hell!

The cool thing about Twitter is that it can deliver up-to-the-minute information from across the Internet. Mostly, this is mundane, random drivel regarding what people are doing. But it’s great when something happens, like a MacWorld keynote or some other global event. The tweets that appear become a gigantic discussion of what’s going on at […]

Creating a Tabbed Interface with CSS and jQuery

Here’s a piece I put together recently for a client who wanted a tabbed interface on one of their pages. My goal in doing it was to make it as accessible and semantic as possible. One requirement I gave myself was to NOT use redundant elements (like one list for the tabs, and another for […]

Everybody Get Nekkid!

I’m gearing up for CSS Naked Day on Thursday, and I can’t wait. So far, there’s over 650 of us that will be shedding their CSS coverings and baring all of our black Times on white for all to see. Maybe I’ll go to work wearing nothing but my -9999px; shirt. Maybe they’ll send me […]

A Table-Less Product Grid

Since switching from the written content-heavy world of academia to the more photo and data-driven world of retail, I’ve been inundated with tables. There’s really nothing new about this— tables have been the web designer’s best friend since 1996. But as the web matures, we’re realizing that tables needn’t be (and shouldn’t be) used for […]