Experiments with CSS animations. Although they may look frivolous, each tests a different aspect of creating moving images in a web browser.
One of my earliest experiments with CSS animations, and something that speaks to my sense of humor.
The image is a selection of inline SVGs, each coordinated to behave in a different way and to different timings. What I [keep reading...]
This is a simple CSS based clock that keeps time against hours, minutes and seconds. I put it together over a couple of hours to test a couple of ideas for other projects I'm working on.
First, the clock "ticks". Instead of a smooth movement, the hands move with a definite gesture from one time mark to the next. This involved a bit of maths, a spreadsheet and a few adjustments to get it to look right. Originally the hour hand did the same thing, although it looked a little [keep reading...]
Yes, I know it's a bit childish.
But there [keep reading...]
The hamburger menu is an acquired taste. Some deride it as confusing and "bad UX" for hiding navigation. Others say it's so ubiquitous it's like arguing putting a key in a lock isn't intuitive.
Since I wrote this article, I've removed Tako as the menu. [keep reading...]