I recently bought 79 Short Essays on Design (which is awesome by the way). One of the articles that really talked to me was this one called The Mysterious Power of Context.
“We decided to recommend a straightforward sans serif font. Predictably, this recommendation was greeted by complaints. It was too generic, too mechanical, too unstylish, too unrefined. I had trouble responding until I added two more elements to the presentation.”
…and this time it’s personal.
Another month, another redesign. I think this all stems from the fact that I have never really been 100% happy with my website.
So, it is back to basics. With an update of WordPress comes their default theme, so I can concentrate on the content before I work on a custom design.
CSS shorthand is to me a no brainer and it’s use can have huge benefits – some of which include smaller file sizes, less code to read and it makes files quicker and easier to comprehend and maintain.
In this post I’m going to be talking about box styling – any CSS effects that can be implemented on all 4 sides of an element. This can include: