This is really cool. Built entirely with native browser technology Color — Method of Action is a game that tests your ability to match colors based on hue, saturation, complementary, analogous, ternary, and quaternary. Fun.
I haven’t had a lot of time to play with it but what I see so far I like.
The updated design is minimalistic and stays true to the other design updates Google’s been applying to their other products. Google Reader even seems to load a little bit faster which is a huge win in my opinion.
Some people are upset about the layout of the new sharing options and how it blatantly promotes Google+ sharing. To that I say: big deal. If you can help your own product in any way you’d do the same.
The main issue I was worried about when the re-design was announced was that the usability of Google Reader would decline. Ater using it for one day I find my speed at reading through hundreds of RSS items to have not slowed in any way.
Good job Google Reader team!
It’s been almost a year that I’ve had this blog using the default WordPress theme “TwentyTen”. Well, it’s about time for a change! So feast your eyes around…there’s new decorations everywhere you look!
In case you weren’t sure, this theme redesign is a work in progress that will be progressing in a live fashion – as in I’ll be making changes that’ll take immediate effect without testing them beforehand. So if you see something weird don’t fear! I’m probably working on it!
Hope you enjoy! Let me know your thoughts in the commentsss!
I’ve been playing around with web design and development since I was thirteen years old. That was when I picked up a copy of HTML & CSS For Dummies. It was also the time of Geocities and HTML3.01. So many things have changed since then and I’ve done my best to change with them.
That is why I feel that now is a great time to begin offering my skills and services to everyone. There’s only so many hours in a day that I can spend learning obscure CSS tricks and neat HTML work-arounds.
So, allow me to introduce my web design, web development, general new media service company to you: inipsa.
It is a word that I made up, one that I hope can find its own meaning as it matures. So please click over to inipsa’s website (which I designed) and see if I can help you. Let’s make something!
In case you haven’t noticed I am now using a new design. I changed it this afternoon but I haven’t had a chance to gab about it until now.
I hope this design makes for easier reading. I also hope this design encourages me to make more unique pages instead of just updates.
Whatever the case may be, I hope your Thursday is sunny and cheery. I just love sunlight.