EDIT: Awesome me forgot to add a title, so the URL for this is stupid. ARGH!
A little droplet that falls into the Ten Lines and Codevember challenges. Trying to understand animations and how to best accomplish certain “easy” ones.
This is to make up for not posting yesterday, but I was too busy stuffing my face with delicious foods to develop anything.
Happy Codevember day 25! Today I have for you a little responsive icon navigation that I saw on Pattern Tap. Sadly, the original site is no longer working, but hey, the Web is nothing but fluid, right? That’s why we have responsive design!
I still want to add text next to the submenu icons like the screenshot, but I didn’t have time for it tonight.
Decided to do a little PSD to HTML -esque page from a screenshot I saw on Pattern Tap. Still have some of the responsiveness to work out, but overall I’m pleased.
Based on the home page from Pexcil seen on Pattern Tap here.
I want to make some loading animations for my site, so I thought I’d try my hand and throwing them at CodePen first.
See the Pen #codevember day 23 : responsive loading animations by Smokie Lee (@xtoq) on CodePen.
So I’ve been wanting to recreate the Star Wars title crawl in CSS for quite a long time now, so I finally decided to stop wanting and start getting. So here you go guys!
The text isn’t Franklin Gothic like the original crawl, and the font-size is a bit off, but hey, this is supposed to be fun and non-perfect, right? RIGHT?! Someone tell my OCD it doesn’t have to be perfect.
(Also, how the fuck did it get to be after midnight?)
#codevember day 19 : The Verge gradients
Have a sick kid today, so I didn’t get to dedicate my entire brain to this as I would normally like. At least I got something up though, unlike other days. More on that later. Probably.