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Web Design

Two Simple Parallax methods

Posted on 3rd April 2018 at 10:00am by Chris Snowden

Parallax is a popular scrolling effect used on many modern websites, and when done well can look fantastic. Sadly though, parallax implementations often suffer from being JS heavy and poorly optimised, and can introduce performance problems. So, what are our options for adding a basic parallax style effect without any of the baggage?

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Posted in Code, Tutorials, Web, Web Design

13 of our favourite Chrome extensions

Posted on 23rd March 2017 at 11:00am by Chris Snowden

A trusty tool of any Web Developer, browser extensions are now a key component of our workflows, offering extended functionality to the already powerful modern browser dev tools. The ability to test concepts and fiddle with the DOM directly in the browser rather than switching back and forth from an IDE can be a big time-saver, and debugging relevant data about your site performance or third party plugins can offer insights that might otherwise be missed. There are hundreds of useful add-ons targeting inline css, grid layout overlays, cache-clearing, code parsers etc…

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Posted in Code, Plugins, Web Design

Site performance in the mobile age.

Posted on 30th January 2017 at 10:15am by Chris Snowden

The mobile revolution has seen a dramatic change in the way the average user consumes web content. The proliferation of smartphones and mobile-friendly sites has allowed users to access articles, social media, and even e-commerce on their phones and tablets, and the shift in behaviour that this represents is immense. In 2017 it is more important than ever to ensure that your site performs well across the mind-boggling current variety of hardware devices and screen sizes.

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Posted in Accessibility, Design, Mobile, Optimisation, Web Design

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