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Getting Started With jQuery Mobile 1.3.1 Part 1

The latest release of jQuery mobile is 1.3.1 and it contains close to 50 enhancements. With the addition of source maps (the flagship new feature) jQuery mobile gives users the ability to view uncompressed code from its minified version. Reflow and column toggle tables now have refresh methods. If you’d like to read the official […]

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What is Adobe Edge Reflow CC?

Responsive design is here to stay and Adobe is well aware. Their recent tool Adobe Edge Reflow CC (still in preview) aims to aid the design process between Graphic Designers and Developers when working on responsive projects. “Edge Reflow CC (Preview) allows you to create beautiful, responsive designs. A new assets management system and integration […]

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Adobe, just got that much Kuler!

As a designer one of my constant struggles is finding the right color combinations for any project. Me and ROY G. BIV have a love hate relationship. Let’s face it without color our world would be far less interesting place. But with all the color we have at our fingertips, choosing one can be an […]

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Mobilize in May

Mobile devices are everywhere these days. 91% of adults have their mobile phone within arms reach 24/7! Out of those people 55% of them use their mobile device to search the internet. Even with all this data many businesses do not have a mobile version of their website. We have all been there. We want […]

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Solving Problems With Google Analytics: Simple filters for large websites

There are number of web intelligence problems that I hear my clients/colleagues talk about that usually have fairly simple solutions. This segment of a yet-undetermined number of parts identifies some of these common obstacles and offers solutions for them. Segmenting Large Websites Using Profile Filters in Google Analytics If you’re involved in managing a large website, […]

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