• Big Ideas

    • Tom Kenny

    Design can have a myriad of purposes: to inform, persuade, sell, or delight. To delight means to present something with a different point of view, while retaining clarity. It makes others see the world in new and different ways. We are taught a set of skills important for our growth and survival: communication, arithmetic, wellness, […]

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  • Using CSS for Virtual Swimming Lane Graphics

    • Tom Kenny

    I spent many hours trying to pick something to render all the graphics (including the static ones). What renders graphics fast and can update quickly? A browser, of course. The Chrome Skia and V8 engine are heavily optimized for graphics rendering, and HTML5 has matured to a point where you can do advanced graphics like […]

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  • Impressive Text Input Effect

    • Tom Kenny

    Amazing animations for typing text into and input field. Runs a bit slow in Firefox and is slightly jumpy in Safari on desktop and mobile but runs very well in Chrome. Here’s the features from the accompanying blog post: Supports input (type text) and textarea form elements Add effects to each letter being typed / […]

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  • Simple User Styles

    • Tom Kenny

    Neat little collection of user styles removing the most unimportant parts to focus on the content of a few popular websites.

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