I’m ravenous for CSS.

I’m a Canadian UI Developer living in London, UK. This is where I write about and share my passions: CSS, front-end architecture, web standards, innovation, and user experience.

  1. On Your Marks, Get Set, Wait

    What’s really important when reading an article online? Content should always come first, and give users the option for more later.

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  2. A Slice of Heaven

    We know that webpages are composed of text and boxes. Lots and lots of boxes. But with the power and might of CSS3 we can do some fancy stuff that never used to be possible.

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  3. Let’s Look Back

    I haven’t published a new article in a while now, but I haven’t been twiddling my thumbs. Let’s look at what happened behind-the-scenes in the last eight months since my first article.

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  4. I’ll Scratch Your Back, And Mine Too

    I’ve been playing around with CSS content and attribute selectors recently, and came across a useful trick for styling default elements.

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  5. Viewport Woes

    I’ve been around the block and seen just about every combination of variables and syntax in viewport meta tags. What’s the correct way to go about it? And maybe I’ll comment on the state of browsers today as well.

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