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Drew's article on design process in the age of the responsive web was published to industry-leading Smashing Magazine this past week. Pretty awesome.Read More
Announcing our second responsive workshop, slated for July 9-10 in beautiful Columbus, Ohio.Read More
Andy shows how you can use Photoshop’s “Layer Comps” feature to mimic Fireworks’ helpful “States” functionality. It's pretty awesome.Read More
Ben Callahan's slides from CodeMash 2012 on "Hands-On-Responsive and Adaptive Web Design."Read More
Ben's session, "Hands-On Responsive and Adaptive Web Design," will be included in their design/UX track.Read More
The fellas here at Sparkbox use quite an array of programming languages. Read on to see what they consider their favorite.Read More
Sparkbox is teaming up with Mediachase to offer a webinar on responsive web design in eCommerce. It's free, so sign up today!Read More
Lots of conferences are out there to help you get better at making websites. One of the best is put on by the folks from A List Apart and it's fittingly called An Event Apart. I had an opportunity to attend this year's event in Atlanta and this is a summary of what I took away from day one of the conference.Read More
Sparkbox is proud to help bring the Build Guild to Dayton, Ohio. The Build Guild is a national group of local meetups for web geeks where there are never presentations but always great conversations, instead.Read More
Our incredibly talented designer Ryan Clark has a tendency to create these really cool looking select box UIs. They're awesome, except for the fact that they're impossible to style. So we decided to create our own that fit the needs of both us and our clients.Read More
The more tools you have at your disposal, the easier it becomes to complete a project. Cars can't be repaired solely with a flat head screwdriver; houses can't be built with only a hammer in your hand. More tools are needed for your capabilities to be complete. But when it comes to digital toolsets, things might have the opposite effect.Read More
Since we started using ExpressionEngine more frequently on web projects, we realized that we had to find a set of useful add-ons that should be a staple for every installation we complete. Here is that list.Read More
Dive into HTML5 is a fantastic resource for anyone trying to wrap their head around the new features of the HTML5 spec. Through a series of concise and well-written chapters, Mark Pilgrim provides an easy-to-understand resource for designers and coders alike.