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Andrew is Chief Creative Officer at Brolik Productions and has extensive experience in web design and development, branding, application development, film production, visual effects, and traditional print design. He enjoys reading and writing about technology, usability and entrepreneurship. He also dabbles in music, fashion, track bikes and snowboarding. Twitter: @drewbrolik LinkedIn: Drew Thomas Google+: Drew Thomas
A Guide to Leverage’s Top jQuery Plugins: Make Images Responsive, Hide Elements With Classes, and Animate Based on the ScrollTop PropertySeptember 9, 2013 10:30 am Published by Drew Thomas Leave your thoughts
We’ve open-sourced several of Leverage’s top jQuery plugins that help us make our sites more responsive, interactive and easier to create.
Flat design is a recently popular term and a design style that is often described as the opposite of skeuomorphic design.
If clients always have the same few comments on all design presentations, maybe we're not doing a good job of educating them.
Investing in a solid foundation for your website is smarter than putting your money into building advanced features before they’re necessary.
Digital design is evolving, and static digital layouts just don’t make sense anymore. This means that digital designers need to evolve, too.
We recently launched the new Everlast.com, and we'd love to tell you why it's so exciting.
Real World Responsive Part 1 addressed responsive design’s practicality from a business standpoint. Real World Responsive Part 2 takes on the challenges of designing and coding responsive websites.
There’s a lot of talk about how you should structure your website’s content for mobile devices, and there’s a lot of talk about what techniques and strategies can be used to build your mobile website. Let’s not confuse the two topics.
With some experience under our belts and some time to reflect on the technique, we’ve learned that responsive design isn’t without challenges, but it’s worth every hardship.