There are two extremes to studio building: The situation were you are stuck with a room and have to do the best of the situation, and the situation were you have total control and can do the best you can afford. In here I try to examen the first and most common situation and how [...]
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My comment over at Jeremy blog managed to get somewhat botched so here is it in its original glory: My approach from now will be fluid layouts using max-width (or “telescoping” layouts as I like to call them) and deal with IE6 using Dean Edwards IE7 script as Eric pointed out a long time ago [...]
I will kick off this recurring series with an overview of the basic layout options we have at our disposal. It’s nothing especially earth-shattering, but it’s an important issue to think through properly and just because it seem so basic few do. You might already have heard it a thousand times, that “the web isn’t [...]
Over the coming months, I’m going to tear down and redesign this site. I plan to do it slowly, making it a great practice and learning experience for me personally. What I plan to do is chronicle the process, describe steps I’m going to take, what the options are and the rationale behind my choices.
Over the last couple of weeks I’ve been posting very long (sometimes too long that I had to split them up in several posts) articles, that I wrote ten years ago, over at my swedish site. That mean lots of content, paragraphs and headings split up over five or ten pages per post. So I [...]
I guess this, my English site, will become more and more about web design and development in general with an occasional humor piece split in for good measure, while I spend more time covering philosophy, history, writing and film making in swedish. One of my personal goals is to become a better writer overall. So [...]
One thing I’ve been fiddling around with lately in the WordPress default theme Kubrick is navigation. I have enhanced the Archives navigation in the sidebar and split up what used to be Categories into “Sections” and “Topics”, and finaly restyled “Topics” into a tagcloud.