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  1. Custom Attributes for our Spacing Classes

    9/29/16

    by Paul Phan

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    Recently here at Happy Cog, we’ve been using the lobotomized owl selector to handle vertical spacing between elements. Up until now, we’ve been adding a class of `.spacing` on a container to create equal spacing between all of its direct child elements.

  2. The digital agency is dead. Long live the digital agency.

    In a mad dash to join all things product many are taking their design or development talents to South Beach the product space. Why the exodus? Curiosity led me to ask former digital agency practitioners representing design, development, and business analytic practice areas why they left agency life to pursue product work.

  3. The Web: yesterday, today

    The beauty of web was pure once
    Design and dev in an unexplored medium
    A true alternative to corporate tedium
    A rise to type, deservedly so
    Was anyone sad to see Comic sans go?

  4. Keep The Web Healthy

    I truly believe in the power of this simple idea: a decentralized network can exist free from the power of governments and corporations to corrupt. The web is that network and its health is immensely important to me not only as a professional but as a member of society. It is an innovation that has spurred on communication, economic and creative revolutions. Most of our modern HTTP-driven world would not exist had Tim Berners-Lee not issued his proposal for linking documents to one another within a network. That small step has evolved into a cultural powerhouse. It has torn down and rebuilt entire industries and given many of us something to do to make ends meet. It’s in our collective interest that this continue.

  5. The Wearable Web

    3/26/15

    by Mark Huot

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    There’s been a lot of talk recently about experiencing the full internet on the latest and greatest device class, namely our watches. Apple’s exclusion of the Safari web browser on their watch has many people up in arms. “It’s the web” people say, “it should be accessible anywhere,” they scream.