HTML/CSS Development and Design

  • Google Analytics Displayed with Google Visualization Graphs. This project was spread across several disciplines, but here I’ll talk about the HTML/CSS portion of the project, with a demo. There’s nothing genius or amazing in the implementation, but the project came out very well and includes a home grown Heat Map graph that is not available in the visualization API. Read More >>
  • HTML Code Style. There’s not a lot to talk about in (X)HTML/CSS that isn’t covered by the spec and thousands of articles on the web. In this article I’ll focus on how I work when it comes to front end design and development. Read More >>
  • CSS Code Style. In most cases I code CSS for pages directly, but there are times in larger projects I use SASS to compile CSS. Read More >>
  • Best Practices in Accessibility. While developing a web site’s pages, it’s important to remain mindful of web accessibility guidelines and build them in as I go. This ensures we won’t need major revisions later to accommodate accessibility. Read More >>
  • SEO (Search Engine Optimization). I built web pages/output with SEO in mind from the ground up. By building in SEO-friendly content as I develop, most of the SEO work is already done. Here are a few of the things I do when preparing a site for search engine submission. Read More >>