Sometime back, I recieved an email regarding a module offered “CP3108B - Mozilla (Independent Work)”. I instantly felt like thats the module for me. Many “normal” modules felt too accademic (lacks practicality) to me. Here I will learn more practical skills like working on an Open Source project (Mozilla Firefox for me), developing extensions to entend its functionality. I will also be documenting my progress here (tagged mozilla), and be on IRC to help other developers in need. Not such a great IRC fan yet though, but will see how it will turn out. It feels like obselete technology by now.
I decided to work on a Screen Capture/Inspiration Gallery/Annotations type extension for Web Developers/Designers (but I imagine others can find it useful too). I am currently working on my Project Proposal also weighting the pros & cons of using JetPack vs XUL. I prefer to use the latest technology (JetPack), but I read XUL is more powerful … also the tutors use XUL I believe and I think if I choose JetPack it maybe harder to get help.
Anyone has any thoughts leave a comment here. Hopefully I can post the draft proposal by tommorow, for your comments :)
cider-sky asked: Hi, could you possibly tell me what font you used with your theme Circus? I had a theme a while ago with the same font and I can't find it now. Thankyou
Since Asia Expat requested a very similar design to KLIF Media v1, I had to design/develop a new theme for KLIF Media. This was the result. Mainly a redesign with quite abit of code refactoring.
Software: Photoshop, NetBeans
Languages/Frameworks: WordPress, HTML5, CSS3, jQuery, jQuery UI, PHP, MySQL
After KLIF Media’s design, AsiaExpat requested a similar site rejecting a few that looks alike. This was the result. I’d say its like KLIF Media v1.5
Software: NetBeans, Photoshop
Languages/Frameworks: WordPress, PHP, MySQL, jQuery, jQuery UI, HTML5, CSS3
Investment uses Custom Post Types/Taxonomy but instead of WordPress default UI for taxonomies, I used a Meta Box to group all custom portfolio meta and taxonomies together. This way, I can use jQuery UI’s multi-value auto complete too.
Design wise, I was quite pleased with my Post Card like contact forms. The social media icons where done my me too. The services page looks great, but the 3D are work are not mine, they are gotten from GraphicRiver.
One of my first projects at KLIF Media (klifmedia.com) was to redesign their site.
Software: Photohsop, Notepad++
Programming: WordPress, HTML5, CSS3, jQuery, jQuery UI
This was one of my first WordPress site (just learning WP for ~1 month then) that I think was more well done. It uses Custom Post Types/Taxonomies/Meta Boxes for Portfolio. For the Contact forms, its implemented using PHP/functions.php with admin pages for viewing form submissions stored in the database.
Design part, considering myself more of a developer, I was quite pleased with myself. Some highlights were the 4 artworks for the services section in the home page, the “paper-style” form and those squigly underline (in banner) & handdrawn arrows (mainnav)
New, improved, bigger, better, etc.
(Source: decodering, via gregbabula)