Cory Etzkorn

Design + Engineering Joined about 6 years ago

  • 7 stories
  • 19 comments
  • 12 upvotes
  • Posted to The Incredible Graphic Design Haiku Machine, Aug 01, 2018

    Show how much you love graphic design! Make your custom haiku today!

    This is a fun easter egg I made for my portfolio site.

    0 points
  • Posted to Site Design: alexcarpenter.me, Jul 25, 2017

    Simple and nice! Wish the projects / sites linked through to actual work tho.

    4 points
  • Posted to Show DN: Joel Califa is Sad — new portfolio!, in reply to Joel Califa , Jul 10, 2017

    Congrats on the launch! Joel Califa is still sad after all these years!?

    0 points
  • Posted to Site Design: Red Rooster Coffee, Oct 18, 2016

    Really nice and soooo fast! Rad illustrations + type. Clean but still has a lot of personality.

    Shopify + something else? How are you managing the non-product content?

    2 points
  • Posted to Ask DN: Front End Devs, What Code Editors Do You Use?, Mar 14, 2016

    Sublime. I used to be a Coda fan, but I've grown to love the extensibility of Sublime. You can add any functionality you need through the package manager. You can even change the entire UI.

    12 points
  • Posted to Choosing the Best CMS, in reply to Alec Lomas , Jan 20, 2016

    Thanks! I'll look into Harp and Metalsmith.

    0 points
  • Posted to Choosing the Best CMS, in reply to Ed Adams , Jan 20, 2016

    I think it's important to ensure static site generators are seen as a viable alternative to a traditional CMS. If you have the technical abilities, they do a nice job of managing and organizing your content, which is the core function of a CMS.

    I can't argue with the fact that Wordpress works and gets the job done. I've used it successfully for many sites, but it usually ends up as an assembly of miscellaneous pieces and parts that don't always play nice together.

    1 point
  • Posted to Choosing the Best CMS, in reply to Rob Gill , Jan 19, 2016

    Kirby is the best!

    1 point
  • Posted to Show DN: The Crayola Method: Color Variables in SASS, in reply to Laura McCartney , Jan 08, 2016

    I used to do this. Still works well for small sizes. Just hard to remember once the palette moves beyond 10 colors.

    0 points
  • Posted to Show DN: The Crayola Method: Color Variables in SASS, in reply to Craig Coles , Jan 08, 2016

    This is cool. Still think it's overkill for most situations. Still has the dark, darker, darkest, dark darken than darkest issue.

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