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I seem to have been overcome with the desire to write about web design of late. Yesterday saw me post up the first part in a series about HTML5. Today’s screenshot contains a little sample of what I’m working on for the next piece. I thought it’d make more sense to post something I’m writing than force myself to produce something sub-par.

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Going to be out most of the day today, so I thought I’d get my Daily Design posted early. It’s a snippit of a blog article I am working on, without any styling.

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Various Useful CSS Files

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Today I’ve decided to break away from my norm of showing off images of work and sketches, to instead share a few bits of CSS that I most often use. 

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Both files are fully expanded pieces of CSS, to allow for excess and unneeded styling to be removed. Don’t want our code to be too bulky after all.

I’m also playing around with the 960 Grid System, which I use often, to see if I can bring it inline with these files too. Hope you find them useful.

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Today’s sketch is the result of extreme tiredness. I’d intended to code it up as well today… but I don’t think that’s happening now. Maybe tomorrow.

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Today sees me revisiting and adding some new functionality to the Belfast Mela Project I have been working on for what seems like far too long. The screenshot is of a new jQuery Carousel I set up to show off the Major Sponsors of the Project.

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Decided to play about with the layout of my footer, based on feedback from some friends. I quite liked the result, so I’ve put it onto my portfolio. Hovering over the icons provides a full colour version of the icon.

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Today sees my Portfolio finally go live. Content is a bit sparse at the moment, but I plan to sort that rather soon, with more portfolio pieces and blog entries, along with some trips down memory lane for those of you who have followed my posts here, as I intend to revisit some pieces I’ve put on here and clean them up.

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I’ve been putting together a few demos of code that I’ve been working on, and they’ve all been simply thrown into a basic HTML or PHP file. Today I decided to do something about that, and quickly put together this basic template. I’ve also updated my examples from the last two days to make use of the new template.

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More of the same with Yesterday’s design. This time playing about with some colour and content placement.

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Spent some time working on a site concept for one of my clients. Still very lacking, but I’m liking the shape of things so far.

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Today has a few little tweaks and updates to my Portfolio’s Home Page as well as sections of my About Me and Contact Me Pages. I’m quite liking how things are falling into place with the look of things currently.

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Been playing with my Portfolio’s Home Page again. I’m beginning to really like the overall look of things, though I need to play with the buttons some more.

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With my year of #IMD complete I realise that my work will, in the near future, be purged from the University Web Servers. Understandable, but I’d like to keep my work online for future reference, and to show the progress I have made over the past year, and that I will hopefully make over the next year as well.

On my site I have a subdomain which currently points to my Uni work, which I will be converting to a holding page for my previous work as well as pointing people to where my current work can be viewed. Today’s piece is a step towards creating that.

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