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Empathetic Web Design

Recently at work (and outside of work) I've been re-entering the frontend world of javascript and responsive web development. It hasn't been an easy return. The last year or so of working with package management, server configuration, and API best practices has been a lot of fun. I've never enjoyed…

  • Category Web Development
  • Posted August 23, 2015
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Waterfall 2.0 (Finally!)

Finally. After years of neglect and false starts the Waterfalls of the Keweenaw site has a new look. It was my first website, predating this blog by several weeks, though I haven't touched it in close to five years. It was about darn time that it got a fresh coat of paint.

So what is this site?…

  • Category Web Development
  • Posted April 22, 2014
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Refactoring the Waterfall Site

As I discussed in a recent post about my 2013 plans, I've started working on my waterfall site again. This was my first large-scale side project, outdating my blog by a few months and including over a hundred waterfalls and 50-odd journal entries. The website included driving directions, photos, and…

  • Category Personal
  • Posted August 14, 2013
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Two Types of Content

With the advent of responsive design and later discussions adaptive content has come a split in the world of content strategy. In one corner is NPR's COPE, the idea that content should be flexible and flow through many different formats with the standard web page being just one possible outlet. Over…

  • Category Web Development
  • Posted July 22, 2013
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Mobile First, to an Extent

The most recent redesign of my website(s), which I started by rolling out a new home page late last year, is focused on some responsive ideals. There are some other changes as well, like removing unnecessary Javascript and sprucing up my framework, but the main goal is to implement responsive…

  • Category Web Development
  • Posted March 18, 2013
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Blog Updates: It's Responsive!

There's been a lot of changes to a few of my websites lately, including this blog. Inspired by the whole idea of responsive web design I've been going through and refactoring the front end logic. This involves more than just updating CSS. Removing jQuery, adding some HTML5, and cleaning up the…

  • Category Web Development
  • Posted December 21, 2012
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Responsive Web Design and Duplicate URLs

Duplicate content is a well-known issue that members in the search engine optimization (SEO) and web development communities keep a close eye on. This issue can lower the relative value of a page in the eyes of search engines, due to their being multiple instances of the page's content. The address,…

  • Category Web Development
  • Posted October 2, 2011
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Style Switcher Part A

This post assumes some intermediate understanding of Javascript and stylesheets. It will show you how to setup a Javascript-powered styleswitcher that works for individual pages.

One of the huge benefits that CSS, or Cascading Style Sheets, brought to web design was the ability to easily change an…

  • Category Web Development
  • Posted May 27, 2009
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