Eric D'Addio

Eric D'Addio

Brighton, UK Front-End Developer Joined about 6 years ago

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  • Posted to MockDonalds (Desktop Only), Feb 25, 2019

    I made this for fun after being inspired by a 2006 web-design magazine I found in the loft. The public gallery is limited to admin-approved submissions but you're free to share designs with friends. If they catch the eye of staff (me) they'll be thrown into the public pool.

    Yes I'm aware the random function sucks, there's so few public submissions that it tends to repeat a bunch.

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  • Posted to com.google, Apr 01, 2015

    It's good to see the 'permanent' Easter eggs still work even in this mirror version.

    ect..

    'Do a barrel roll' does go a little weird though. 'tilt' returns it to its normal look.

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  • Posted to Site Design: CSS-Tricks, Dec 08, 2014

    It looks the same as usual (including font) on the homepage, the only change on the article view is the monospace font. Can anyone provide screencaps of the redesign or is that the only change?

    EDIT: The home has now changed for me. This all seems a bit dis-jointed. A slow roll-out perhaps?

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  • Posted to Site Design: Simpson's World, in reply to Nic Trent , Oct 22, 2014

    I'm (region-)locked out too. Can you say what the reasoning is behind that is? Last time I checked The Simpsons has a huge following in the UK, it's guaranteed to be on Channel 4, an old terrestrial channel every weekday at 6 and that's forgetting Sky's seemingly endless marathons of the show.

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  • Posted to UK Government's Design Principles , Oct 14, 2014

    The style of Gov.uk is fun to work with. It's easy & a nice break considering how it requires so little proper styling.

    I recently applied the style to The Shipping Forecast for a bit of fun & an excuse to play with some dubious CSS checkbox hacks.

    http://vild.org/blog/posts/simplifying-the-shipping-forecast

    http://vild.org/labs/shipping-forecast/

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