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Super Simple Responsive Progress Bar

Recently for a project I threw together a quick animated and responsive Progress Bar making use of the HTML5 data-attribute. It’s a nice and simple snippet which is easy to implement, though you’ll need jQuery. Example: HTML: <div class=”progress-wrap progress” data-progress-percent=”25″> <div class=”progress-bar progress”></div> </div> CSS: .progress { width: 100%; height: 50px; } .progress-wrap { … Continued

Installing Grunt on OS X and Windows 7

Coming primarily from a PC-based development background, I thought it might be useful to provide a step by step guide to installing Grunt on a Mac as well as a Windows 7 PC. Firstly, Grunt (currently v0.4.0 at the time of writing) is a JavaScript-based task runner; it allows for the automation of repetitive coding … Continued

FretMap – Live

In a quick break from my daily duties I’ve decided to create FretMap –  a tiny web application built to help people master the guitar. The application works by allowing them to easily visualise the notes on a fretboard in all keys and in a number of different scale. It’s also lightweight and responsive (and … Continued

Happy 2013!

Today you may have dragged yourself back to your day job after living it up over Xmas and New Year (I hope you had a good’n). As many people do, I’ve set myself some goals to achieve in 2013 both in work-time and spare-time. Outside of work I’m hoping to complete my first (and possibly … Continued

Rose Does Art – Live

Rose Does Art is a small, simple and responsive website I designed and built for Illustrator Rose Greenfield in between other recent projects. The main goal of the website is to allow the work of the illustrator to shine through as clearly as possible, allowing people to enjoy the content and move fluidly through the … Continued

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