Sip: a color picker refreshingly simple indeed

I’ve just discovered Sip, a color picker app for Mac users. “Just discovered” since it’s been around for a while. I’ve seen reviews of the app older than a year, but eh, you can’t be on top of everything, can you.

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Perch – the CMS that does not pollute your web design workflow

I have recently finished a project based on Perch, the clever ‘little’ CMS created by edgeofmyseat.com, a web development company located in Bristol run by Rachel Andrew and Drew McLellan.

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Project Naphta: a nifty extension to play with text embedded in images

We’ve all been there. You want to select a good chunk of text on a website, only to realise you can’t since the text has been embedded. Cry no more, here’s naphta to the rescue.

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Make Google Charts responsive

A quick blog post on how to make Google Charts play nicely in responsive mode. Nothing close to rocket science but still useful. For those who don’t know, Google Charts is a visualization tool, a gallery of interactive charts and data tools that you can integrate into your website. You provide data through php, json […]

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Codekit 2 : even more steroids for us web developers

I was on holiday when Bryan released the new version of Codekit and never had the chance to to check out the full features of the newly released application. But I have to admit I really liked the looks of the new website (designed by – I believe – agenericguy) and I could not wait […]

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