Building sites to work at any viewport width means we must embrace changing methods to communicate priority across those widths. Atomic design gives us a solid approach to designing the elements that make up our system, but these elements must also be considered in the context in which they’ll be experienced. At Sparkbox, we try to burn the candle at both ends by making progress on the whole as well as on the parts.Read More
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Yeoman has incorporated Grunt and Bower to form a frontend-automation superhero team of awesomeness. Now we're harnessing that power with Mg, the Yeoman generator version of project-init.Read More
We’ve long dreamt of a time when we could shed ourselves of the shackles of pixel-pushing to embrace a more idealistic way of working—designing in the browser. Many have tried and many have failed, but it doesn't have to be all or nothing. In this article, Ben dissects the design process to explore which tools are the most helpful for certain parts of the web design process.Read More
The Passion Center for Children serves children orphaned by the AIDS epidemic in Malawi, Africa.Read More
Working with the University System of Maine and their marketing partner, Mindpower, we bring their Think.Maine campaign to life on the web.Read More
Ryan takes his CSS dance moves to CSS-Tricks to showcase his unique solution for building a starburst in CSS.Read More
New to the work section, we have one of our latest projects: the White Lotus Aromatics website.Read More
Jeremy Keith is one of the guys we look up to in this business for so many reasons. His perception of responsive web design in this article is spot-on and one that Sparkbox embraces wholeheartedly. The technology for building sites finally allows us to consider the web as it should be, fully dynamic. Well said, Mr. Keith.