During Apple’s WWDC keynote in early June 2021, one thing that stood out from all the other announcements, for me, was the new UI design for Safari. Safari is central to the experience across Apple devices and this redesign spans all platforms with one design format for macOS and iPadOS, and another for smaller iOS devices.Continue reading “Safari UI redesign in macOS 12 & iOS 15, first thoughts”
Earlier this year I was commissioned by Georgina at Lilymelts Workshop to design a new logo for use on products and across digital channels such as her website and social media.Continue reading “Logo design for Lilymelts Workshop”
raweGauge is a simple jQuery plugin that transforms boring radio buttons into an attractive gauge with a sliding effect. Continue reading “raweGauge 1.5”
Introducing raweGauge, a basic jQuery plugin that transforms a set of radio buttons into an animated number gauge. Perfect for making surveys and forms easier to use and more attractive.
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A quick post on improving battery performance for MacBooks, more for self-reference really, but hopefully others might find it useful.
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Standard repeaters are a great all-in-one web part for displaying content, but sometimes you need finer control over the output. This post will show you how to create a content filter for news articles, so that content can be filtered by the categories: Press Releases, Product News and Partner News. Continue reading “Filtering content in Kentico”
These Iron Man Lego minifigure concepts were designed in collaboration with @iritweets for his Iron Man 3 Hall of Armour Lego concept over at Lego Cuusoo. The four figures are concepts of Mark 2 to 5 Iron Man suits, which are not currently available from Lego. Continue reading “Lego Iron Man Minifigures”
I recently installed IE10 for Windows 7 and naturally the first thing I did was check how my sites looked with it. Pages were loading in IE10 standards mode and it was great to see new CSS3 features supported. All seemed to work fine, until I tested the search form on one of the sites…
If you’re pretty new to Kentico, you might be wondering how to create your own custom web part. This post will take you through the creation of a simple web part that provides links to social accounts, and will hopefully act as a foundation for you to go on to produce more complex web parts.
I recently discovered that Kentico has an inbuilt jQuery library (who knew!) and there is a knowledge base article advising how to add Kentico’s jQuery. The article adds a foot note: “Please do not register any other jQuery library on your pages”. This applies to Kentico V6 and V7.