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Smart Car USA html5 scrolling/parallax site.
So I was listening to some good ol’ Andrew Gold (he did the Golden Girls song, don’t hate) on Grooveshark and I saw this smart car ad.
This is a really awesome site. I’m almost convinced to help the environment and get one. Then I remember I’m six feet tall, weigh over 200 pounds, and generally like to be comfortable whilst I drive.
Badass site though. Check it out.
(By the way Grooveshark has the best media/ad placment designs I’ve seen on music sites.)

Smart Car USA html5 scrolling/parallax site.

So I was listening to some good ol’ Andrew Gold (he did the Golden Girls song, don’t hate) on Grooveshark and I saw this smart car ad.

This is a really awesome site. I’m almost convinced to help the environment and get one. Then I remember I’m six feet tall, weigh over 200 pounds, and generally like to be comfortable whilst I drive.

Badass site though. Check it out.

(By the way Grooveshark has the best media/ad placment designs I’ve seen on music sites.)

Kindle Format 8

amazon.com

We’re pleased to announce a wide range of new features and enhancements – including HTML5 support – coming in Kindle Format 8 (KF8). KF8 is the next generation file format for Kindle books – replacing Mobi 7. As showcased on Kindle Fire, KF8 enables publishers to create great-looking books in categories that require rich formatting and design such as children’s picture books, comics & graphic novels, technical & engineering books and cookbooks. Kindle Format 8 replaces the Mobi format and adds over 150 new formatting capabilities, including fixed layouts, nested tables, callouts, sidebars and Scalable Vector Graphics, opening up more opportunities to create Kindle books that readers will love.

I knew I made the right choice for sticking with the kindle app over nook and iBooks. THERE CAN BE ONLY ONE! “heeeeeeeere we are..masters of the universssssssse”

gregbabula:

Duck Hunt JS

Remember the Duck Hunt game on the Nintendo in the 1980s? It’s back, on the Web, all thanks to JavaScript and HTML5. All it’s missing is the NES Zapper gun attachment but it’s still reasonably tricky even with the mouse.


YES. I love the replaced sound effects. They’re hilarious. Very creative application of html5 and javascript. That damn dog, is still a damn dog.

gregbabula:

Duck Hunt JS

Remember the Duck Hunt game on the Nintendo in the 1980s? It’s back, on the Web, all thanks to JavaScript and HTML5. All it’s missing is the NES Zapper gun attachment but it’s still reasonably tricky even with the mouse.

YES. I love the replaced sound effects. They’re hilarious. Very creative application of html5 and javascript. That damn dog, is still a damn dog.

decodering:

Facebook’s HTML5 Resource Center

Many developers are now using HTML5 to build apps. It is easy to develop for and it works across a number of different platforms, with minimal or no code change. You can code in something as simple as Notepad, and instantly see it come to life in the browser on your desktop, phone, or tablet.
Today we are releasing three new HTML5 resources to help developers learn from our experience and the experience of other industry leaders building HTML5 apps:
HTML5 Resource Center helps you build, test, and deploy your web app.
HTML5 Blog covers a wide range of HTML5 topics written by Facebook and industry experts.
HTML5 Developer Group is the place for raising questions and sharing insights with fellow HTML5 developers.

via Introducing HTML5 Resource Center
Boom goes the dynamite.

decodering:

Facebook’s HTML5 Resource Center

Many developers are now using HTML5 to build apps. It is easy to develop for and it works across a number of different platforms, with minimal or no code change. You can code in something as simple as Notepad, and instantly see it come to life in the browser on your desktop, phone, or tablet.

Today we are releasing three new HTML5 resources to help developers learn from our experience and the experience of other industry leaders building HTML5 apps:

  • HTML5 Resource Center helps you build, test, and deploy your web app.
  • HTML5 Blog covers a wide range of HTML5 topics written by Facebook and industry experts.
  • HTML5 Developer Group is the place for raising questions and sharing insights with fellow HTML5 developers.
via Introducing HTML5 Resource Center

Boom goes the dynamite.

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I'm a designer/art director/geek that likes to make things on (and off) the internet. I'm black, live in the DFW metroplex, work at an ad agency, and drink alone in the dark on week nights. While being black, I write this blog as a creative outlet.

My work has been featured multiple times by Tumblr, published in NET Magazine, Communication Arts, Adweek, The Webbys, HOW Design, W3 Awards, Web Designer Magazine, Under Consideration, Awwwards, Web Design Ledger, Web Designer Depot, Designworklife, Speckyboy, my mom's Facebook Timeline, and a variety of other publications.

I am currently unmarried, live alone, have no pets, and believe in the Oxford comma. I like eating tacos as well. Pants optional.