On Tuesday, April 16, 2013, I was lucky enough to give the opening talk on the web performance day of RWD Summit presented by Environments for Humans. This is the short description for the talk:
Today, a web page can be delivered to desktop computers, tel
One of the hotter social networks in higher education is Instagram. As a developer you might find yourself needing to pull photos into a website like we did when we recently added Instagram photos to our central social networking website, Connect with WVU.
This post is a follow-up to Lessons Learned Building the New dmolsen.com: Static, A Performance Budget, Sass & SVG. The previous post focused on my technical choices in the re-design of dmolsen.com. This post focuses on my design choices.
I had two po
Building off of my Re-introduction post I wanted to share some of the things that I learned as I built the new, responsive edition of dmolsen.com. I figure that my experience with doing this might provide some insight to other folks looking to integrate ne
I haven’t written anything of any serious consequence for this blog in seven or eight months. Obviously, a lot of my available writing time was spent on my chapter for Smashing Mag’s The Mobile Book but I had another reason for the long hiatus.