This week, Brad Frost released a blog post about The Principles of Adaptive Design, and his principles on creating the responsive web. He makes the apt analogy that although the core pieces of responsive web design (fluid grids, flexible media, and media queries) are extremely important, they are but the tip of the iceberg when it comes to creating the amazing experiences we all want across the web.
A website we helped build has been nominated for an Emmy!
DrupalCon Amsterdam training announced, OS X productivity tips for developers, sysadmin casts, when REST gets messy, and responsive ads by ZURB.
In which we talk about the Kalabox Kickstarter from the fine folks at Kalamuna, 5 steps to a successful company retreat, plus we welcome a new Web Chef! Links include Designing with Dynamic Content, Legos for a DIY Device Lab, a Mountain Simulator, and an Emoji-only social network.
Four Kitchens recently hosted our company retreat here in Austin, Texas and it was a blast! The last time the whole team was in one spot was our holiday party last December. At the time we were 17 employees — 16 located in Austin and one in California. In 2014, we’ve grown to 22 employees — now spanning four time zones and two continents — so it was a momentous occasion to have all of us in town for the entirety of DrupalCon and the retreat. Memories abound!
Here’s how we made it an event to remember and how you can too!
Replace Gmail Filters with Google Apps Scripts to use advanced criteria or regular expressions to label everything, act on or archive emails after a delay, and label outbound conversations automatically.
In which we’re thrilled to announce the Texas Exes redesign project kickoff, look forward to relaunching WorldPulse.com, and share links to Nerdy Data, Penflip, a hex clock, and suffer catlateral damage.
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