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    An Introduction to Behavior Design

    Download. Click. Share. Purchase. These common actions are ones that brands are wishin’ and hopin’ and dreamin’ we’ll take while visiting their sites. But how do they get us to act? It all comes down to design. Behavior design. Being the curious monkeys that we are, we wanted to learn more about behavior design, so

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    How to speak “Developer”: Image Optimization

    Visuals are incredible aids to our memory. In a memory study referenced in the book Brain Rules, people only remembered 10% of the information they heard three days prior. But by adding a photo to that information, those same people remembered 65% of the information. Nowhere is the importance of visuals more apparent than the

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  • CodeGeek team wearing blue beanies

    Web Standards, Blue Beanies, and You

    November 30 is Web Standards Day. For many, this observance doesn’t rank up there with New Year’s or even Flag Day, but its existence has impacted your life more than you probably realize. Have you ever: given your phone frustrated squinty eyes because a site you were visiting wasn’t mobile-friendly? found a website hard to

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  • Examples of themes, templates, and websites

    How to speak “Developer:” Websites, Themes, & Templates

    We may not all be developers in this world, but that doesn’t mean you can’t understand what they’re talking about regarding your WordPress website. Sometimes developers get so excited about their projects that they forget how to speak to non-developers. This post will help answer a common question many non-developers ask during the web development

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  • Clicking on Google Lab's canned responses

    Tips & Tricks from the Geeks: Email Signatures

    If you use Gmail and get annoyed with email signatures taking up unnecessary space on a long email thread, do something about it! Eliminate your signature and instead try Google Lab’s Canned Responses to add in your signature only when you need it most. You also can save versions of your signature to use in different

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  • Animated image showing parallax scrolling

    Parallax Column in Pure CSS

    Earlier this year I came across this incredible technique for creating the parallax effect (where objects closer to the viewer appear to move faster than objects in the distance) using only CSS. I’m sure you’ve seen parallax on the Internets before, you know, that site where an image moves off screen more slowly than the

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  • Overlapping 2D and 3D elements in a mobile image

    Overlapping 2D and 3D Elements in Mobile Safari

    This may seem like an arcane subject, but if you are using 3D transforms in CSS, understanding it could save you some headaches. In our case, we were working on a client site with the following heading: The heading was marked up as an h3, and “RETIRED” was wrapped in a span with a flip

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  • Viewing YouTube videos on a mobile device

    YouTube Audio and Video Out of Sync – (Window) Size Matters

    A common request came from one of our clients the other day: “I want to include some YouTube videos on my website. Can you do that for me?” No problem! We’ll simply get your videos uploaded, find the handy “Embed” code YouTube automatically generates and put it right where you want on your webpages. The

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    Develop and Test Websites for Multiple Devices Using New Firefox Tools

    Update: Wait, there’s more! As you know, tech changes quickly, so we’ve got more to say on this matter. Check out our post Multi-Device Testing Using Firefox and Chrome to learn more. In a recent Firefox Nightly release, Firefox has added a “Responsive Mode” to their built-in web developer tools. The new Responsive Mode tool creates

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    Customer Case Studies – JustTrails.com

    Have you ever tried searching for hiking trails, mountain biking trails, or snow shoeing trails online? We just finished building and launching a brand new website for client Al Walsh that makes it much easier to find trails in the Fort Collins – Laramie – Cheyenne area: JustTrails.com. Al came to us in December describing

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  • Logo fo Opera Dragonfly, a fully-featured suite of developer tools

    Mobile Debugging with Opera Dragonfly

    It’s no secret that mobile websites are the new big thing in web development. And while the number of devices that support a decent mobile browser have been rapidly increasing for some time, the development tools for us to build and test these sites are just emerging. Unfortunately, there’s no way on a mobile device

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    Time to Go Mobile: Tips for Creating a Mobile Web Strategy (Presentation)

    Wednesday, May 9, 2012 2:15 pm Location: Keystone Conference Center, Keystone Colorado Part of the LeadingAge 2012 Conference, Ron’s presentation will inform attendees why the mobile web is so important, how to create a mobile web strategy for their business, specific factors to consider, and specific tips for the health care industry, especially as it

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