Archive for September, 2010

What Do Designers Know?

Monday, September 20th, 2010

So I’m sure that you have thought to yourself before, “self why does this ‘designer’ get paid to do this design work when in fact he doesn’t know what he is doing? I mean seriously, a website with white space? Or what about the fact that my logo is not so large that it hits you in the face?” Well no worries. Not only are you not the first person to have though of this, but this awesome company has come up with a solution, check out the above YouTube clip to hear about the exclusive offer.

One of my students showed me this, priceless. Enjoy :-)

Meme You Say?

Monday, September 13th, 2010

The classic Leeroy Jenkins clip from WOW and many other hilariously fabulous ways to waste your time can be found by the ever so bored and idle though out offices world wide by visiting fun websites like YouTube, assuming that “big brother” has not restricted your access to such amazing sites… These types of clips, also famously noted “Leave Brittney Alone, Surprised Kitty and Double Rainbow, have come to be know as “meme’s” (pronounced like beam only with an m). A meme has thus come to be a concept that spreads swiftly through the internet. Despite that loose definition, a meme really has to be a viral concept which people can apply to different areas, otherwise it is just a viral clip/concept…


Project Runway: Casa-ek-saaaaaaaaaaaak-lee

Sunday, September 12th, 2010

All I can say is “Oh Casanova… *sigh*”. Man I love this show and he totally makes it wonderfully hilarious. I think that the go big or go home attitude is wonderful. And the “old people, sluts and flamingo dancers” line, priceless. Ek-saaaaaaaaaaaak-lee.

IE Cracked: Z-Index

Saturday, September 11th, 2010


Seeing as I just ran into this problem myself when building a site for a client, I figure that Z-Index is a good place to start. I assume that if you are experiencing this issue that you know enough about z-index to use it in your site, in case you do not (which may be some of the issue), z-index is the stacking order of elements on top of each other or the arrangement along the z-axis (as seen in the illustration above).


I Guess You CAN Teach an Old Dog New Tricks…

Sunday, September 5th, 2010

Okay, so I could not help myself with this one. Not only is this pretty incredible, but man that dog is good! I mean that dog’s got moves. Look at it go. Plus it is absolutely adorable 8-| There is no way that you are not watching this at least twice or sending it to a friend.