Archive for May, 2009

Front-end Developer Resources

Posted in Accessibility, Resources, Web Standards

A few years ago I created a post titled Web Standards Resources. I wanted to create a list of sites, books, and blogs that were useful for me as a front-end developer. Recently I’ve decided to create a similar list of UI components that I refer back to time and again. Mainly, I’m wanting to create a list for myself for later reference. Hopefully you’ll find some of these useful in your own projects. Continue Reading →

Site Launch: John Wooden Interiors

Posted in Accessibility, News, Web Standards

Screen shot of the John Wooden Interiors siteA few months ago I worked on a project with a former co-worker who now works at a design firm in Laguna Beach, California. We launched the site without delay, but I mistakenly delayed in writing a post for my own site. John Wooden Interiors (JWI) is a full service design firm specializing in high-end residential and commercial interiors. The website features a collection of photographs from their stunningly beautiful portfolio of design projects in California and Idaho. So, without further delay, check out the John Wooden Interiors site. While you’re at it, be sure to take a look at Dustin Dorr‘s personal site which includes animated galleries of his photographs and artistic creations.