On the 28th of October 2014 the W3C officially recommended HTML5. The majority of web developers have been using HTML5 for years now so, while we welcome the news, we can’t help but think, “Finally, what took so long?“.
This article by Paul Ford, The Group That Rules the Web does a great job summarising the W3C’s role in the World Wide Web that we all use and also explains the role of a much newer group called the WHATWG.
Who’s this video for? Designers / developers who would like to experiment with texture design in the browser. What’s in this video? A demonstration of how to grab all Subtle Pattern images and quickly flick through them within the context of your design. Links Subtle Patterns website Subtle Patterns GitHub
You know the drill by now—I start by saying something about how our busy modern lives demand for us to be more productive and therefore proceed to list a few different ways to achieve this. Well now…at the risk of this sounding like one of those “just one weird little trick” headlines, what if you […]
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