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TinyNav.js turns a big navigation menu into a small pull down list

TinyNav.js turns a big navigation menu into a small pull down list

2 on May 6, 2012, 11:22 pm / in Code, Mobile, Responsive, WordPress

Today I’ve been playing with a really small jQuery plugin that turns your <ol> or <ul> menus into a pull down <select> menu which is excellent for your mobile visitors as it takes up less scarce screen real estate. The plugin is called TinyNav.js and has been developed by Viljami Salminen. It is very easy to implement. Simply include the tinynav.min.js in the […]

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Perfect widths and heights with CSS3 calc()

Perfect widths and heights with CSS3 calc()

0 on May 6, 2012, 12:31 pm / in CSS3, Responsive

My biggest frustration with CSS has always been that it’s not dynamic. Especially when it comes to layout, you want to style element in relation to each other. This frustration seems to be coming to an end. CSS3 is now introducing the possibility to calculate any value that can be used in CSS when you would normally enter a length […]

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20 most shared ads of April 2012

20 most shared ads of April 2012

0 on May 3, 2012, 7:36 pm / in Personal

April has been an interesting month again especially with the – by now famous – April Fools’ Day jokes from Google, YouTube and many other tech companies. But there was plenty of creativity at various other agencies as well. Have a look at what the audience liked (shared) most: TNT: Dramatic Surprise – 3,146,753 P&G London: Best Job – 1,305,794 […]

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Hello world!

Hello world!

0 on April 14, 2012, 9:57 am / in Personal

Hi there! Thanks for visiting my site. Here I’ll share my thoughts, insights and learnings with you and whoever might be interested in it. My main interest lies in designing for mobile and responsive web design and those are the topics I will be covering mostly. I’m a big fan of Twitter, Facebook not so much… so I will do […]

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