No Graphic Images in a Graphic Heavy Design

CSS 3 LogoThe development process of this website is taking longer than I had originally thought, I do not consider myself a PHP developer. In fact, I only know how to manage websites that use PHP, not program them. Fortunately WordPress offers plenty of reading material on the subject in their codex, which in turn delays the entire process. This is okay, I accept the challenge and want to learn.

The first design I’m creating is simple looking,  I’m not going to open any of my design software. Instead I’m going to challenge myself, try something different, with the exception of blog posts every “graphic” on this site will be marked-up with CSS. Which isn’t as difficult as it may seem, considering the majority of these graphics are just simple shapes with shadows and outlines using CSS3, but we’ll see what happens. Red Team Design did an awesome job at rendering the HTML 5 super logo with CSS, so bigger things are possible. Of course there will be drawbacks in creating my website this way, browser compatibility, and code heavy, but I will do my best at creating an accessible, “bulletproof” design. If a solution exist, I will implement it.

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  1. Posted September 20, 2011 at 11:00 pm | Permalink

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  2. Posted September 21, 2011 at 3:31 pm | Permalink

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  3. Posted September 22, 2011 at 5:07 am | Permalink

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