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FG creates an HTML5, tablet optimized, destination site that rolls out over a four month period leading up to the release of a movie DVD and product line, including games, videos, badges, downloadables, and an interactive map.
With the introduction of the CSS3 keyframe-based animations support, your web sites can now be spiced up with interactive, animated characters.
Announcing the publication of a textbook co-written by FG Creative Director Andy Pratt and UX strategist Jason Nunes, Interactive Design: An Introduction to the Theory and Application of User-Centered Design.
We are giddy!
As we all know, speed is important for good user experience but did you know it is also good for SEO?
Say goodbye to the 960 pixel website and hello to responsive design! Funny Garbage offers guidelines and learnings for developers who are considering a responsive design approach.
Developers rejoice! No more complicated workarounds with semi-transparent images. Funny Garbage provides an overview of the new CSS3 drop-shadow techniques.
Apple just announced the new MacBook Pro with Retina display; once again, they're pushing the standards for technology while anticipating our changing needs. After looking at a Retina display, we will never want to view another monitor again. Therein lies a lurking problem.
There are many techniques available to style images on the Web–including static images, slideshows, lightboxes, carousels, etc.–so they scale to fit a range of screen resolutions. In the following code-level tutorial, we’re going to share a simple method for implementing a universal display solution that can be used across all browsers and platforms including iPad, iPhone, Android and other mobile devices.
Today is the 1st annual Global Accessibility Awareness Day, an initiative started by web developer, Joe Devon and accessibility specialist, Jennison Asuncion. The mission of the initiative is to increase awareness about digital accessibility to a broad audience. At Funny Garbage, we understand just how critical it is to create accessible experiences and we'd like to commemorate the day by sharing some of our understanding and pointers on the subject of accessibility on the web.