I’ve recently watched a good video presentation by Mathias from Fronteers 2012 which I found both interesting and inspirational. I already had in mind some similar things, so I ended up writing this article down. It’s about some random things and facts you may (not) have known about HTML & CSS.
The New Year is coming and I have wrote this short post to thank you all sincerely for reading my articles. I think I should say it more often as well.
Unless you’ve lived under a rock lately, I’m sure you’ve heard of Sublime Text 2 and most likely that’s your favorite code editor.
In the past I used some other code editors like Komodo Edit or Aptana Studio, but now I use Sublime Text 2 on a daily basis and I’m pretty happy with it. It’s lightweight, easy to use and has a modern UI look. But by far, the best feature is the ability to extend its functionality with plugins, a.k.a packages.
You’ve seen triangles everywhere: on tooltips, dropdowns and even on loading animations. Like it or not, these small elements are quite important when trying to build some relationships between various UI elements.
There are some different ways to build a triangle for your web designs and in this article you’ll see how you can actually do that.
I think 2011 was a great year for RedTeamDesign and for me also. I published quite many articles here and just to recap some of my best content, here are my top 10 of 2011: