I am a designer and web developer based in Malmö, Sweden. I design and develop websites and mobile applications for a living, currently at Knowit.
This website is where I write stuff related to my profession and share and plug my open source projects.
As a huge fan of WordPress and its community I’m always intrigued by new plugins and frameworks for WordPress
Writing CSS for different devices can be a pain in the ass. With Media Queries it’s easier, if you know how to pin point a specific device.
Twitter announced today their new logo, which not surprisingly is an icon of a bird, but a bit different
Who would have thought that IKEA would be the first company to redesign the TV remote and actually remove buttons instead of adding new buttons?
With the launch of the new iPad all websites instantly became pixelated and ugly. All your neat images and sprites and stuff is now rubbish. You’ll need to remake it all. In twice the width and height.
A new sketching, painting and drawing app from FiftyThree called “Paper” was recently released. As I’m a new iPad user I decided to try it out.
I found this funny coffee mug from Kikkerland on Amazon and thought I’d share it with you.
Currently I’m working with a black design with white large typography and using the normal 12 column 960 grid makes it feel messy and cramped
WordPress will automatically add image dimensions, width and height, to every image you place. While this can be good in many cases, responsive design sometimes works best when no dimensions are set.
Using a web font for your icons could be a lot easier, but is it the right thing to do? There are some good sides on using a web font just like there are some bad sides.