Daniel Codella

Joined over 7 years ago

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  • Posted to Are Interactive Emails Really the Next Big Thing?, in reply to Dean Hayden , Feb 02, 2017

    I have to say I agree with you Dean. While there is some really cool stuff being done, and I admire the experimentation and hacks, it's not going to be the next big thing. I think people need to focus on the content and building relationships, not trying to wow with special effects. Thanks for the comment

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  • Posted to Are Interactive Emails Really the Next Big Thing?, in reply to George Mathew , Feb 01, 2017

    I think thats part of the problem George. The IDEA of them is cool, but in practice out in the wild, they aren't that cool.... yet. Thanks for the comment

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  • Posted to 5 Years of Foundation: A Look Back, in reply to Thomas Michael Semmler , Oct 29, 2016

    I was super stoked to see this article on WDD, incredibly proud of the work the team has done over the last five years. Can't help but want to share these kinds of things :)

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  • Posted to How the Foundation Framework Pushed the Web Forward over the Last Five Years, in reply to A. M. ­Douglas , Oct 17, 2016

    Hey there! Ethan's thinking revolutionized web design, no doubt about it, happy to see the article link to his groundbreaking piece. We talk about Ethan often on our site and blog. Foundation did however demonstrate RWD thinking in practice and made code available that could be studied and picked apart to millions of designers. Many, if not most, designers have learned the concepts of responsive design through frameworks or themes built with frameworks.

    Bootstrap is a great framework and certainly very popular (It was developed by Mark Otto, a former ZURB employee). It's interesting to note though that many of the innovations of modern web frameworks (responsive, semantic, mobile first, built with Sass, accessibility built in) were made by Foundation first, and were adopted by other frameworks after. Frameworks as a whole have hugely influenced modern web design, but I think (and I'm biased) Foundation deserves this special shoutout! :)

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  • Posted to Why Google Changed The Most Recognizable Logo On The Web, Sep 23, 2016

    Interesting article, can't believe it's been a year already. We actually chatted with the original logo's designer Ruth Kedar. It was awesome to get her take on it: http://zurb.com/article/1402/google-s-new-logo-standing-out-or-blendin

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  • Posted to CSS-Tricks — Inky and Slinky, in reply to David Darnes , Sep 22, 2016

    Definitely give it a shot and let us know what you think David. The team's here to help if you run into any issues

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  • Posted to CSS-Tricks — Inky and Slinky, in reply to Casey Zumwalt , Sep 22, 2016

    That's awesome to hear, can't wait to pass that on to the team

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  • Posted to Buffer to layoff 10% of it's workforce, in reply to James Young , Jun 17, 2016

    When you have to pay over $3000 a month for a tiny one bedroom in a bad part of town, $75k a year doesn't actually go a long way in SF

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  • Posted to Best design related April fools?, Apr 01, 2016

    Have you seen ZURB's new videogame console? http://zurb.com/article/1433/meet-zurba-a-new-video-game-system-for-th

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  • Posted to Email Hell is Over, Pain-Free HTML Emails Are the Future, in reply to Alfonse Surigao , Mar 23, 2016

    Hey Alfonse! That was our experience here. The first reviews coming in seem to echo our experience. We're thrilled at this new open source framework we've shared with everyone cause it's made our own lives easier. It takes a lot of time and resources to do this, but we do it cause we genuinely think it's cool. I guess that may sound a little cheesy but I can live with that. :) Thanks for your feedback!

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