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Part of the IMD related webapp I started work on over the weekend.

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I’ve adjusted the width of the PHOENIX FIRE site to better accommodate the content it’s holding. Before the site was so wide that content, on various pages, was being lost simply due to the width of the page, it was too easy to lose track of where you were actually reading.

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I’m finding that some of the pages of my current project look really freaking nice on mobile devices. This is the live page, and things just line up nicely.

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Working with what is, essentially, a single column website can be quite the pain when it comes to laying out text. This sketch is a rough idea for how I can try and prevent the line-width from becoming too wide.

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Spent some time wrestling with implementing HTML5 video on a client’s project. Works everywhere but, for some reason, Android. Flash Fallback for IE.

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Implementing some Social Media icons on the client’s site. Currently got some issues with how they work when the browser is resized, but I’ll be working on that. Also considering providing them in grayscale until hovered on, to keep with the overall monochromatic look of the site so far.

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Liking how things look on an iPhone. In other news, loving my iPhone.

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Tweaking some Site Navigation.

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Different logo for client’s header section.

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Playing around with some content layout. Client wants the home page to require as little scrolling as possible, and this is an attempt to accommodate this. I know the fold isn’t as important as it once was, but the client wants a nice, simple, page layout. I think this layout also helps the flow of the text, as paragraphs are narrower.

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Little bit of a sneak peak at my upcoming blog post for those of you who follow me on Twitter/Tumblr.

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Making a bit more progress with my blog post. I know this isn’t very designy, but I’ve not been feeling overly inspired these last few days. Should have the blog post completed in the next day or two, and published at some point past that.

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A little bit from an upcoming blog post I’m working on, looking at some of the applications that I use.

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Following up from an earlier blog post, I’ve made some progress with the topic of my upcoming blog post, as well as the content. For the eagle eyed of you, you can see the list of things I plan to cover, though some have since been dropped from the article.

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As I’m planning to put together some kind of new Learning Log layout for my University Work this year, I’ve been toying with some sketches for a site layout. This is one that I’m quite liking, for a horizontal layout as opposed to a vertical one.

Plan is to make use of CSS3 columns to have a newspaper-esque layout which will always fit the vertical height of the browser, making text easy to follow and read.

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Having a little play around with a possible layout for my #IMD Learning Logs this year. Decided to try something a bit less orthodox, with this particular page scrolling horizontally rather than vertically…

…at least in Webkit based browsers (Chrome and Safari) as well as firefox. Opera and IE don’t seem to support the CSS3 Columns I’m using (shame on you Opera) so they will end up being styled in a more traditional fashion.

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Very rough design/holding page for my #IMD section of my site. With my impending return to education I figured that it may be in my own best interests to move my previous work out of the way in preparation for getting on with this year’s work.

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Following on from my post yesterday, today we’re looking at the second aspect of the site I was tweaking - the Search Form.

Sometimes the way different browsers render things can be a real pain. In this particular example Firefox rendered things differently, and was only fixable by using a -moz CSS element, which really irks me. I prefer to use those things purely for adding to a design, with border-radius and similar flourishes, not to fix browser inconsistencies.

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This is the first of two bits of tweaking I did to a friend’s site, to finish off some elements of the site that I had somehow neglected to style. Today - Comment/Contact Form.

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When I don’t feel very visually creative, I often turn to writing something for my blog. Today’s post shows the first steps in that general direction, with a rough outline of what I’m going to be writing about.

Exciting, no?

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