A blog about design, web development, Concrete5 CMS, and technology.
archive: Moving away from FTP and onto Git is pretty straightforward. But what good is moving to Git if you're still using an FTP client to manually transfer files to your server… https://adamjohnsondesign.com/blog/moving-ftp-git-deployment-designers-guide/
archive: Last week, Packt Publishing contacted me about hosting a giveaway of 3 free print copies of Remo's new book, "Creating Concrete5 Themes". We all dig free stuff, so here's… https://adamjohnsondesign.com/blog/win-creating-concrete5-themes/
archive: When you convert a 960px wide site ('desktop' if you will) to be responsive, you're constantly battling horizontal scrollbars. Them shitz are annoying! Oftentimes easy to… https://adamjohnsondesign.com/blog/mobile-first-gaining-weight/
archive: Browsers have started to incorporate cool features that can really speed up your page load. One huge example of this is the CSS3 property background-size. In this post,… https://adamjohnsondesign.com/blog/use-background-size-yepnope-modernizr-awesome-full-screen-bg/
archive: Conviction. Belief. Design. Where does design go from being simply making something look good to an interpretation of positivity, belief, and profound value? As a… https://adamjohnsondesign.com/blog/believing-in-design/
archive: Today at work I had the pleasure of reviewing several candidates for a web design position within our institution. I remembered how it was when I applied for… https://adamjohnsondesign.com/blog/tips-on-applying-for-jobs-from-the-other-side-of-the-fence/
archive: I've finally gotten around to redesigning my portfolio website. The old saying holds true with designers: our own work gets put on the back-burner in lieu of paying… https://adamjohnsondesign.com/blog/site-redesign/