CSS3 is exciting (well at least I think so :)), as it allows animations to be carried out on HTML elements to move them, change their colour and size, etc. In this post, I’ll be looking at the basics of how CSS3 transitions work, with a few examples alon..
I really wanted to draw something with Adobe Illustrator, as I hadn’t used it in an age and I was fearing that I had forgotten how to use it, so I went on the hunt for something fun to draw. Seeing as I like cakes and bright colours, a cupcake was pe..
In the last few days, I’ve managed to get my little profile image next to the result for this blog in search results from Google. Here’s how I did..
This blog is made with WordPress, and I use a number of plugins to extend the core functionality. Here I’m going to go through the plugins I use on this blog, explain what’s great about them, and why you should use..
I wanted to challenge myself to draw something with CSS, using some properties at my disposal from CSS3 like gradients, rotation, skew and border-radius. I needed something relatively simple to attempt to draw, and as I frequently think about toys, a Lego brick seemed a good o..
Believe it or not, triangle shapes can be drawn with pure CSS, no images needed. In this post I’ll be explaining how different types of triangles can be drawn with a clever little trick involving borders on a..
Here I am going to explain save and restore within a Canvas as best I can. Without a doubt, this was the hardest thing to get my head around, so it’ll certainly be useful to explain here what it could be used for, why it is useful, and how to imp..
With transformations, shapes drawn upon a Canvas can be moved to another spot on the Canvas, rotated, enlarged and reduced in size. I’ll be looking at how these transformations are achieved in this post, and explaining how they ar..