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Marion wanted an easy portfolio page for herself. Design was done by a friend of mine and I quickly produced a few static pages with clean HTML5 and a few tweaks for better SEO. SASS came in very handy since it saved me some time from redundant work like copy pasting selectors.
I'm live! Hurray. I finally managed and put my new design live. The site is so much better than the old one. It's hard to say what all improved since it was a long process and there just too many things. But lets say I throw everything away but the posts and brought everything back … Continue Reading »
CSSOff is a yearly competition for frontend developers to measure their skills and expertise. I participated in 2013 together with 8000 others. The layout was rather complex and more print oriented. It was supposed to be responsive and as a bonus I made it fairly accessible. Since it left open many questions it was easily interpreted in many ways. So also the judges had quite some works this year. As of right now, 6 months after submission, their are no results. UPDATE: 2017 and no results. I guess this is dead. Good practice though.
Online representation for german Sports Club in Berlin. Website includes current sports, events and news.
This is the portfolio site of the company SWiM Media. It shows what projects they have, who works with them and what they are all about. It's a simple one page with some nice scrolling features.
This satellite site advertises a small side project which offers further supportive education for teachers.
I participated in CSSOFF 2013 version. This is a competition for Frontend developers to check their skills and compare themselves. This year we had to build a layout which was quite print focused so many unusual adjustments for web had to be made. You can check out my entry on Codepen here: www.codepen.io/LHT I'm hoping … Continue Reading »