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Jan 8 2010

Learn to play the piano with YouTube

Interesting use of YouTube – not the most elegant, but fun for a quick rendition of “Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star”

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What do you think?

A common design question that’s asked ‘What do you think?’. A question we often ask when presenting design ideas or when the product is publicly launched. The anticipated outcome of that question is often expected to be a lateral answer…

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Google tracking failing XHTML validation

Came across an interesting problem today, whilst creating a template for a new website, I noticed that the Google analytics tracking code was failing XHTML validation.

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Oops, Sorry, Whoops, Oh Pants

We all make mistakes – that’s life! But how should we own up to it? Whose fault is it? Carsonified have a great blog article about this very issue –…

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Oct 9 2009

Great design is FUN design

This video is a great example of fun, interactive and social design. Interesting experiment too!

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Google Visualization fun

Google have recently released their Visualization API. I have spent some time looking into this API and implementing it into a project I am currently working on. For starters, this…

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Jul 23 2009

Robin Greene Portfolio

Have you seen my portfolio yet? Over 4 years of web projects to enjoy…

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Jul 23 2009

View my portfolio

If you’ve ever wondered what I’ve been doing for the past 4 years…..then here is your chance to review the dozens of websites I’ve created! I’ll be continuing to update…

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Baseline CSS styling

We’re currently in the process of exploring new directions for digeratistudio.com and have been experimenting with some ideas. One particular area of research has been in vertical baseline CSS styling….

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HTML 5 – the future of web?

Wednesday evening saw the release of iPhone OS 3.0 Many iPhone users all over the world were marveling at the ability to send MMS and copy & paste! However, amidst…

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