Elsewhere on the 'Net - Showcases

Showcases elsewhere on the 'Net.

11 May 2007

Stuff and Nonsense redesigned

Andy Malarkey Clarke finally reveals his new site, on which I devoutly hope he'll recommence blogging. I already saw an earlier version during SxSW, and I helped him out by writing a bit of JavaScript for his Easter Egg (which you'll have to find for yourself).

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19 January 2007

53 CSS-Techniques You Couldn’t Live Without

Useful linkdump of CSS techniques you're going to need one day.

(Via Naar Voren.)

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26 September 2006


This site is an excellent showcase of DHTML effects—in the good sense of the word (we'd almost forget there is such a sense). Gerard Ferrandez has created a brilliant cascade of intriguing effects that somehow reminds me of Literary Moose's ground-breaking CSS work.

Besides, Ferrandez is (also) a real designer instead of just a programmer who just wants to show how nifty he is but can't tell a font size from a colour scheme. That doesn't mean the programming side of things has been forgotten; every script can be viewed and copied easily and will satisfy even the most arduously object-oriented programmer.

This site is more than worth sharing. Unfortunately, judging by the rather crappy sites (hotscripts.com? scripts.com?) it links to, it hasn't yet found its way into the standard list of great JavaScript sites. Let's therefore give Gerard Ferrandez the acclaim he deserves. Please link to his site. It's more than worth it.

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