Category // Development
One issue I’ve had with QUnit is the fact that you have to provide DOM testing fixtures for the code to run against — this is usually fine if your sites are static, but mine are typically rendered in some … Continue reading
Supporting site for Arby’s Snap & Rock promotion. Link: http://www.snapnrock.com
We were hoping to bring something MAKE-y/techie-ness into our upcoming wedding, so we decided to build our own photobooth from scratch. It’s been a tremendously fun project even if I should’ve started it about a month sooner than I did. … Continue reading
This project was the online component for the Old Navy FitLabs campaign; users simply answer a few questions about their denim preferences and are presented with their perfect fit match. Link: Old Navy FitLabs on Facebook
Crash Courses is a partnership between Veri and OPEN Forum, providing OPEN members a suite of quizzes that put their small-biz knowledge to the test.
In case you’ve ever wanted to directly animate a non-numeric property using jQuery, the step callback allows you to tap directly into the animation interval: Since you’re tacking on code to the normal animation() loop, be mindful of the performance … Continue reading
There’s over 900 legal 3-letter words in Scrabble, and I’ve never had any luck with memorizing the list. So I’m trying to build something that flashes them at random in my periphery. Trying it out with the complete list below … Continue reading