James Martin-Davies was born on February, 10th, 1992 and since the early commute of personal computers, James has successfully adapted to the world of web technologies making the most of the 21st centuries enormous incline in today's development of the web.
Creating rich design work to unfold and exploit the capabilities of your needs. From logo/company branding to beautifully crafted websites from scratch, I’ve done it all.
The wonderful group from Liverpool – John, Paul, George and Ringo – The Beatles, is in my opinion one of the best things that have happened in music in the twentieth century.
I came up with a list of 8 books that I consider must-reads from both contemporary and classic literature.
As a photographer, I like to question everything. I like to understand how things work, why they are how they are, and how it affects what I do.
I'm an advocate of web development & design, so I tend to ramble on about everyday failures and success in my career. Though, I do enjoy creating helpful topics for the world to see!
I recently brought up an interesting discussion with a close friend about how web design & development has expanded dramatically over the past 10 years. We went in to so much detail that neither of us could come to one simple conclusion: “Has the increase in development led to less content and more visually-aided websites, or is the content of websites & blogs better than ever? “
One thing we were certain of is that there is defiantly a source for everything you need on the internet. So as for content, we couldn’t really argue. But what happens when you get a developer that goes crazy with the current, most-amazing-to-date, technology we have available today? Yesterday, I stumbled upon a website that almost made me believe it was a demo site for CSS3 animations. In fact, it was caked that much in CSS3 media queries that I could barely believe that this website I had found was a genuine website to provide service/content. It kind of reminds me of those old annoying, flashing advertisments you would get that tells you “Congrats on being the 1,000,000th viewer!” – It felt like that. I’m not a judgmental person, nor am I right to criticize somebody or their work, but sometimes it can just be too much for comfort.
Take a look for yourself: http://ticketopensource.com/?pn=23&ar=64#Focused
– Crazy… right?
… learn when it’s too much. CSS3 animations and transform properties are great, but just because it is current technology of the web today, does it mean we have to abuse it? As always, it’s great having a pretty website with fancy animations everywhere, but if you believe the popularity visit your website to view your nifty CSS3 animation on your search button in the corner, stop. In my honest opinion, animations should be kept to a minimal. Only use them where you deem effective and useful to your websites UI and that it wont be obtrusive to the user.
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