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Alex Tebbs

Alex Tebbs

UI Developer & CSS Junkie living in Seattle Joined over 5 years ago Alex has invited

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  • 10 upvotes
  • Posted to Codekit 3, Oct 26, 2016

    Any particular reason behind using serifs?

    0 points
  • Posted to Site Design: Civilization IV, in reply to Ian Goode , Oct 21, 2016

    The cool thing about the Star Citizen website is all those chevrons and glowy effects are all built with pure CSS, whereas I think most people would expect they used images.

    0 points
  • Posted to Screen Saver Supply, in reply to Bjorn Johansson , Mar 18, 2016

    Thanks for this! Does the color bars one not work on El Capitan? Not working for me.

    1 point
  • Posted to Site Design: Boegli Gravures, Feb 29, 2016

    Hate to say it but the type at that weight is just too hard to read. The weight needs to be bumped up, or the images below need to be doctored.

    Cant read

    3 points
  • Posted to Resizer by Google Design, Feb 24, 2016

    Why is everyone is building tools that do the same thing? This is certainly not the only website out that there lets you preview a responsive design.

    What does this offer that the responsive mode in Chrome dev tools doesn't?

    3 points
  • Posted to Shown DN: Purple UI Kit by Heroku, Mar 21, 2015

    The CSS for the loading spinner module is a good example of why I don't like BEM and being too religious about standards. Why are there such complex classnames for each dot inside the spinner? Even worse, .spinner is too generic name for a class to wrap the whole thing, and it don't even spin.

    0 points
  • Posted to Voice interfaces—Dustin Curtis, in reply to Moiz K. Malik , Sep 16, 2014

    Do you have a source for this? I don't see him listed on: http://a16z.com/team/

    3 points
  • Posted to Hipster-as-f*** perspectives for your designs, Aug 22, 2014

    http://i.imgur.com/v3NiWYi.jpg

    "Dont worry guys we used bootstrap it's responsive as fuck"

    8 points
  • Posted to CSS animate color via keyframes comparison, in reply to Brian Zelip , Aug 16, 2014

    I'm not entirely sure myself, but it has something to do with showing how color transitions become smoother when the number of keyframes is increased.

    It's supposed to go from red to blue and back to red. The first few examples aren't doing a good job of animating, adding more keyframes makes it so the animation actually hits all the colors in between red and blue...

    I think?

    1 point
  • Posted to Dynamic Logos with CSS, Aug 06, 2014

    Cool stuff. I think you should just use s or , seeing as how this element doesn't actually contain any content, it doesn't make sense for it to be a

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    0 points
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