This is a quick DHTML game I built one night and forgot about it. I just added support for iPhone so please check out the demo. The source code is available here, so feel free to add style or expand the game.
This site’s for a sister company to a previous website I built at the start of the year. It was an interesting company that supply stitching machines to the printing trade. I love design and I currently work in digital signage, so seeing the old type-setting kits for traditional signage was very knowledgeable and rewarding.
Ever wanted to catch a users attention or provide them with important information but there away browsing Facebook or Twitter. Well Here is a simple solution with tab alerts.
This is a pseudo way to flip HTML elements on their backs. This is a way of doing it now without waiting for a possible introduction of 3D Transforms from webkit. Try the demo or read the post to found out how it was done:
These examples came about when experimenting with the extend property in MooTools. By extending the styles class I could add CSS3 properties into the Core MooTools framework and do CSS3 animations.