Posts Tagged ‘ CSS

Lawless For Maryland

Nov 20th, 2009 | By | Category: Portfolio

This site is yet anoth­er Word­Press imple­men­ta­tion mak­ing heavy use of tem­plate files and cus­tom scripts per page. Word­Press seems ide­al­ly suit­ed for polit­i­cal cam­paigns and polit­i­cal web­sites for it’s sim­plic­i­ty and ease of main­te­nance. The idea with this site was to make it look pro­fes­sion­al and make use of social tech­nolo­gies which politi­cians are start­ing to real­ize are nec­es­sary and smart.



Optimal Layouts: Why I Like the 960 Grid

Oct 7th, 2009 | By | Category: Recommendations

The 960 grid sys­tem works well for most appli­ca­tions. Do I use it exclu­sive­ly? No. Some do, but there are rea­sons not to. Most­ly they revolve around tar­get audi­ence, but for most appli­ca­tions, the 960 grid works for web design. This will like­ly be the case until 1024 pix­el wide screens go away and are replaced by 1280 (or some­thing else). Talk to me about what would be right for your site.