One theme to rule them all

If you follow us on Twitter or Facebook, you may already know that we recently released our first theme to the official WordPress repository.  It’s called Museum Core. Museum Core is the product of over a year of development.  A solid foundation built on responsive design, HTML5 and CSS3, with a theme options page that… (read more)

Jumping on the webfont bandwagon

Webfonts are literally changing the face of web design (no pun intended). Even just between the time I wrote my last post on @font-face and now, there have been numerous additions to best practices and available services for invoking new, creative typefaces in your web pages.  It’s dizzying getting started because there’s just so much out there and new methods of calling fonts are cropping up all the time.  In this article, I talk about what the web font formats are, where to get them and how to use them. What the options are TrueType/OpenType – I’m not going to go into the difference between TrueType and OpenType in this post.  The two things exist and they are more or less the same and are typically the most common font […]

How I broke a javascript gallery script to make a Flash-like slideshow

This is a story about a site redesign.  The site was for the mother of a client we’ve worked with on other projects.  It was a kind of site we don’t normally do, but we took the gig because it was a referral and someone we know and like working with.  The original site was… Continue reading How I broke a javascript gallery script to make a Flash-like slideshow

About Face

Increasingly, the new big thing in web design is the inclusion of @font-face in CSS3 and most modern browsers.  Why is @font-face such a big deal?  To understand that, you must first understand the limitations of web design in the past as it applies to typefaces.  To that end, a personal anecdote: Like thousands of… Continue reading About Face