I had an idea for the new version of my site: I was going to illustrate physical objects using only HTML and CSS ( to show that I know how to do cool stuff with code), and make them look like they were neatly organized in a physical space* (which seems vaguely trendy) according to the […]
It’s an adaptation of Gerstner’s famous “Tische” brochure from the 1960’s, illustrated and animated with HTML + CSS. Click ? to read more.
Earlier this year I traveled to Puerto Vallarta to take part in a friend’s wedding. Looking to extend the trip, I stumbled across the beautiful Casas Santa Cruz, promising a “Swiss Family Robinson” style retreat about forty minutes down the coast via water taxi. After spending a week in a resort for the wedding, these […]
It’s kayaking season here in New England, and as I was returning to the water this year I realized I needed to reacquaint myself with VHF radio usage. So I’m going to share this story from last summer in hopes that it helps some other kayakers in a similar situation, as I haven’t found a ton of […]
This tutorial directly follows the previous “Basic Introduction to jQuery (Part 1)”, so start there if you haven’t seen it yet. Previously, we wrote a very simple jQuery function to make a pop-up box show up when we click on a button. Check out the Pen below to see what this looks like, as well as the […]
Part three of learning jQuery extends the last tutorial. This time, we’re going to add multiple methods inside a single function, and learn about conditional statements. At the end of the last tutorial, we built some pretty solid looking tooltips (and that same method can be used to make a whole bunch of pop-up-type devices, like […]