How “accessible” is your website?

It seems these days that more and more businesses are facing legal issues due to the accessibility of their website. This has left many business leaders considering the accessibility of their own websites and the implications it could have on their business. I agree that we should be doing more as an industry (web development) to make […]

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Adding additional column classes in Genesis

For a while there it seemed like everyone that considered themselves a front-end developer had their own preferred grid solution. I’ve used the grids available with Foundation and Bootstrap as well as others on different occasions but never developed a fond attachment to anyone one system. So, when I switched to using the Genesis Framework […]

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Custom slider for Genesis using Slick

The Slick slider is a fully accessible and responsive slider that is easy to customize and perfect for use when your designs require a slider or carousel. Check out the demos to see the options available. Adding the slider to your Genesis theme can be done in a couple of quick steps. When adding a […]

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A UX Look at Custom Post Types – Introduction

I recently published a blog post on LimeCuda about User Experience (UX) design and the simplest way to start integrating it into web projects. However, within WordPress, one aspect of UX that we commonly ignore is the experience the site administrator will have in managing the custom websites that we build. For these custom developments, […]

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Looking Back and Being Satisfied

I’ve expressed many times over the last couple of years the feeling of embarrassment and disgust that I commonly have when looking at my old code. About a year ago, I started working on a project with LimeCuda that had me excited, scared, hopeful and a bit overwhelmed all at once. Prior to starting this project […]

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Non-Negotiables for Modern Web Development

I like the phrase “non-negotiable”. There is no quicker way to cut the crap and get down to business. This isn’t a post about new and hip web development tools that everyone should be using. Don’t get me wrong, I like using Sass and Grunt while playing around with Vagrant but these aren’t non-negotiables. Non-negotiables […]

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Back to the Future, the Git version

I’m a huge fan of the Back to the Future series. By embracing this obsession I’ve allowed Back to the Future to become my professional quirk. References to the series have made it into almost all of my development sites over the last year.   So, here is a quick, fun Git workflow taking cues from the best […]

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I’m a Serial Wantrepreneur & I’m Cool With That

This post has been a draft with just a title in my dashboard for a while. I’m even typing this sentence weeks after writing the first. I’m not so sure why it was so difficult for me to admit that I’m a wantrepreneur, at the end of the day it isn’t necessarily a bad thing. […]

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UX for WordPress Customizations

In January, I began working as a full-time developer at M&R Marketing Group here in Macon, GA. I’m excited about the opportunity to focus just on development full-time as well as experiencing what it’s like to develop within a full-service marketing agency. One great experience so far has been watching some of the client training […]

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My Resolution to NOT Blog Everyday in 2014

Over the last couple of days, I’ve seen many people share their resolution to blog everyday this year. I personally think this is awesome! And why not? There are dozens of success stories from people committing to this challenge and seeing amazing results. Additionally, some of the most respected people within the WordPress community have […]

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