Webvisions: Pseudo-Element Master Class

Thursday, May 8th, 2014

Speaker: Jason Lengstorf A challenge that faces modern front-end designers often is the balancing act between semantic code and code that does all the things we need it to do. We need separators between nav items and breadcrumbs, or icons after links; little pieces of non-semantic code that mess with accessibility and make our markup […]

#UAD7 – The New (Responsive) World Order: Lessons from a 500,000 page Responsive Design

Monday, October 8th, 2012

Seth Meranda 102 C, Frontier Airlines Center A mobile website necessity can become the foundation for one of the greatest advancements of web development. In a sense, mobile devices have derailed our web development trains, and put us on a track to a more exciting, scalable and adaptable destination. In the spring of 2012, the […]


Thursday, October 4th, 2012

Take a quick look around the web and it becomes obvious – users really do create the best content. The articles of wikipedia, the videos of youtube and the LOLcats of the cheezburger network- all examples of platforms based entirely on user generated content.Now think about your students, faculty and staff. Given the opportunity, what […]

Wordpress Image Upload Basics WordPress Image Upload Basics

Wednesday, January 19th, 2011

As someone who manages a bunch of wordpress installations, I can easily tell you the most frequently asked questions have to do with images: “how do I upload images” or “why is my image the wrong size/proportions”. There are detailed support pages available. But, it seemed like a good idea to put the basics here: […]

Dust Cover (NES) Dust Cover (NES)

Friday, November 19th, 2010

We were at the goodwill today and I spotted a strange accessory for my old school Nintendo Entertainment System. Was it a power glove? Or, perhaps an NES Advantage controller? No, it was something even more useless… an official NES Dust Cover! But hey, we’re talking a mint-condition, still-in-the-package accessory from 1990. For only $2, […]

Hold Up! WordPress Can Do That?!? GTFO!

Monday, October 11th, 2010

Mike Richwalsky Director of Marketing Services, John Carroll University Let’s play ” find the WP site” – oh, wait they all are! Full university web sites? Allegheny – 151 sites and 104 users (soon to grow) John Carroll – Just launched. 27 sites, 35 users. Must have plugins (for a CMS) Amazon S3 – all […]