Nice list of new and useful plugins for developing. To me, the MixItUp plugin looks to be the biggest time saver. Need to dive further into the list though.
Archive for the ‘Web Design’ Category
There are several processes in web development that are a pain to do — and even more of a pain to maintain and update down the road. Maintaining separate images for 72dpi and retina are near the top of that list.
“Retinize It” promises to help in that department.
This is quite an old article, but we all have neglected the important, but hopefully rarely seen 404 page. While this article is nine years old, it still holds true and is still a good resource:
In my career, I feel like I’ve been pretty lucky — I feel like I’ve had a great working relationship with the designers I’ve worked with. The designers I’ve worked with have almost always been flexible and willing to learn about web development — and why a certain design, if just tweaked a little bit would be better for development, CMS implementation, etc.
But maybe that comes in part from being flexible myself — working with a designer to find a way to make things work whenever possible, instead of immediately putting up a brick wall.
Regardless, these five general topics are things that web developers can teach both web designers, but also green web developers, project managers, etc.
Working on a project the next couple weeks that’s responsive in nature, which as should be the rule going forward, rather than an exception.
Anyway, I’m building out a WordPress template, using the newest default WP theme (twenty twelve) as the underpinnings. Till this point, I’ve always used twenty ten as my starting point when not starting completely from scratch with my WordPress theme.
The twenty twelve theme is responsive, unlike its predecessor. While I’ve used pixel values and ems countless times in my CSS< this is the first time I've been introduced