webgyver

@webgyver

Web Design & Development - AJAX - UI & UX - SQL - Usability - XHTML - JavaScript - CSS - Utah - West Jordan - Frontend Web Development

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Custom Radio Button Styles: Using Just CSS! Great inspiration => http://bit.ly/17MjcVC #webdesign #css #frontend

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COOL JS: Create invisible perimeter around target element and monitor mouse breaches => http://bit.ly/1eGwyZC #js

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FREEBIE: Editable table of contents. Free for commercial, private use. => http://bit.ly/13XaV0k Thanks

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Responsive navigation on Complex Websites. Goode examples and specific info => http://bit.ly/17SsGzc #mobilenav

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Better than Flash: GSAP javascript animation. transforming, loading, timing => http://bit.ly/13Ii58F #jsanimation

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Awesome Infographic: Resoonsive Design: Getting it right. => http://bit.ly/15pYjeB #rd #rwd #WhoIsHostingThis.com

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FREE iOS 7 UI Kit: Start designing iOS 7 apps today. Every element you see is 100% vector and completely editable!

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prefix-free.js takes the guessing out of writing CSS prefixes. Great stuff by Lea Verou see http://bit.ly/11RDatL

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HTML5 forms input types @ http://bit.ly/XmkAJg

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Action button in Gmail. What do you call this in proper UI parlance?

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Makes me wonder if the papers fell off a truck coming from the other direction. Notice the South-bound traffic stand-still (around 1pm).

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December 5, 2008

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A few moments later, some papers blew out of the way and revealed a two-by-four in front of me. No time to change lanes or swerve around it. KABOOM went my left front tire.

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A few moments later, some papers blew out of the way and revealed a two-by-four in front of me. No time to change lanes or swerve around it. KABOOM went my left front tire.

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