Llewellyn Creative's own website. These guys rock, needless to say. They designed it, I built the custom WordPress theme.
A surgery clinic was the client for this website, which was designed and photographed by the brilliantly talented Llewellyn Creative group. I built the custom WordPress theme.
The Llewellyn folks asked me if I could do a site in one day. I was a little skeptical but I said I could do a quickie with a child theme. That's how I built a site for the Portland, Maine law firm Heminway & Hamlen.
It comes down to one simple reason: I've never (literally never) had a project where mobile came first. I've never had a designer give me a mobile layout before a desktop layout. I've never had a client mention mobile anything in a first meeting (I always bring it up though).
Tyler Finck's Jonah font. I'm not really that sentimental.. but this is such a cute font!
Say you have a magazine-style WordPress theme. It has a slider that loads three posts, and then a list of recent posts. The issue of pagination come up when the user hits the Older Posts link. Maybe you have a front page that displays 3 posts in the slider.
I created this smart PayPal form for Trekkers.org. See trekkers.org/donate/. It lets the user switch back and forth between recurring and one-time donations. I couldn't find a free plugin that can do this. If this is installed on a WordPress or other CMS site, it is better set up as a plugin.
I like these: WordPress snippets to interact with social networks