GDPR – 4 Steps To Get You StartedRead more about GDPR
GDPR is here. Whether you’re a business titan or a freelancer, we are all responsible for the data we collect. Here are 4 steps you should take posthaste.
Gutenberg: WordPress Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes!Read more about Gutenberg
A significant change is coming to every WordPress website on the planet, and its name is Gutenberg. Here’s what our clients need to know.
Celebrating Entrepreneurs at Fort Collins Startup WeekRead more about Startup Week
At CodeGeek, we strive to build up our local community and foster the entrepreneurial spirit. That’s why we’re a proud sponsor and presenter of Fort Collins Startup Week.
Our Top 5 Web Productivity Tips & TricksRead more about web productivity
Do you geek out over hacks that make your work life easier? Yeah, we do too. Check out our top 5 web productivity tips and tricks—and start 2018 off right.
Net Neutrality: 3 Steps You Can Take To Protect ItRead more about Net Neutrality
It seems that all anyone in the web community can talk about these days is net neutrality. But this isn’t just an issue important for web developers. It’s for EVERYONE. Here are 3 steps you can take right now to protect it.
An Introduction to Behavior DesignRead more about 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 OptimizationRead more about 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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Web Standards, Blue Beanies, and YouRead more about web standards
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
How to speak “Developer:” Websites, Themes, & TemplatesRead more about websites, themes and 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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Tips & Tricks from the Geeks: Email SignaturesRead more about 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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Parallax Column in Pure CSSRead more about 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 … Continued
Overlapping 2D and 3D Elements in Mobile SafariRead more about 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 … Continued