HTML5 experimenting with the CANVAS element

Date posted: October 28, 2014

Here is an old experiment I found. I have made two sliders with images of my former Océ Design colleagues. One slider works with the input element with attribute type=”range” and the other slider is based on mouseover events. slider. I haven’t write the javascript code myself. If I find the source I will give the credits to the coder here.

Another site I need to look into: canvassing.

This is soooooo awesome: KEITH PETERS IS CREATING.

here are some experiments

the next step on which I will be focussing: sprite animation

single html css file with animation

Date posted: October 27, 2014

To explore the possibilities what kind of animations only can be done by HTML and CSS. I have created this file single_file_animation.html I learned about the prefixes again. One good tip: animation-fill-mode. Nowadays there are also a lot of online CSS animation tools. One of the first results in google gave me this link: www.css3maker.com/. Really easy, define the animation and copy and paste the code. Next challenges will be events and combining multiple animations to an element.

Update: I found this link today: css-sprite-sheet-animations-steps.

I have created this file: css sprite animation

all the cursors

An easy map compare site

Date posted: October 17, 2014

http://mapfight.appspot.com/

https://jsbin.com/honawo/quiet

Learning to work with Adobe Edge Animate CC

Date posted: October 13, 2014

After my first big project at www.trivago.com the flash moon dealform (make sure you disable you addblocker). I will be focussing again on banners but this time we are not using Adobe flash anymore. After researching a bit on the interwebs I struck on the new Adobe tool Edge Animate CC. Here are my first experiments with Edge.

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Beyond Tellerrand 2014 (notes)

Date posted: May 20, 2014

beyondTellerrand

Thanks to trivago I could go to beyond tellerrand

Here is a list of things I saw there:
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1. Ethan Marcotte – @beep
– Laziness is not bad!
http://thisismadebyhand.com/ (check)
– learning nth-child(n) – very handy for grids/lay-outs
– Responsive video use ratio // Width/height = put as top-margin put a video tag in that container with absolute position // width, height:100% ,top, left:0px

2. Chris Coyier (codepen)
http://caniuse.com/
– svg is supported by the current browser
– 2014 is the year of svg
http://iconic.com/ (check)

3. Robin Christopherson (blind)
– Very interesting talk about accessibility
– Accessibility at trivago???
– very intense and emotional ending

4. Jessica Hirsch
– A lot of illustrations/portfolio beautiful fonts

5. Ola Gasidlo
– offline first
– this year the internet becomes 25 ;)

6. Bastian allgier [pooping lion]
http://redecentralize.org/
– network like whatsapp and private (social) networks
– internet of things
– parallel universe
– decentralised vs centralised

7. Jon Burgerman #itsgreattocreate

20-05-2014
1. Dan Mall
– process vs framework (balls vs football)
– waterfall to agile
– talking about multidiscipline teams (user experience-designers-developers mixed)
– Jennifer Brook – user experience designer (check)
RIF reading is fundamental
– use more spreadsheets (f.e. you have 800kb | webfonts | images | loading time -)
– inventory is important for research
pattern lab (check)
Daniel Mall/ (check)
– linear design
superfriend
– framework – 1, 2, 3 Sketch, 4 Prototype(start small use codepen)

2. Jonathan Snook #039 // blue green
– use css modules (@import “btn”, etc)
– naming conventions
– don’t use ID’s, only classes
– use child selectors .menu > li
– only nest with media queries
http://smacss.com/ (check)

3. Karenmcgrane
– the next new thing about communication
– print -> web -> cars, watches, the internet of things, etc
– WYSIWYG is DEAD (the web is not a laser printer)

4. Eric Spiekermann
– Font: Firo (mozilla) free font (check)
http://next.fontshop.com/tryout (check)

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5. Stephen Hay – 16:00 – Dutch
– A -> B is easy … we make the web to complex
– Keep it simple
responsive designworkflow book

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6. Maciej Ceglowski
– comparse the internet with the roads of the USA
– comparse cars with devices
– funny animal pictures!!
– security/ privacy – clear my browser history
– de-americanize the interwebs

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Getting code batches

Date posted: January 21, 2014

I really like the nowadays online code courses. Here are some of my achievements.
@codeschool and @codecademy

If you want to see a summary of all my batches check out @coderbits

Experimenting with AngularJS

Date posted: November 25, 2013

http://www.soentjens.nl/experiments/angularjs/

Moves – Activity Tracker for iPhone and Android

Date posted: September 30, 2013

Added this new app Moves to my android device. It’s an app that tracks all my mobility. I find it very interested how easy this app works. But I already found the first think that annoys me of this app too. Where can I find all my stats on a single website? Probably there is a website but why can’t I find it?I don’t wanna use the app API to write my own stat page. This app still has a very clean simple UI. Moves - Activity Tracker for iPhone and Android

Reasons to be creative

Date posted: June 10, 2013

Yes, planned a trip to Brighton to go to Reasons to be creative. Looking forward to see all the creative talks of all those creative people walking around there.

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Very interesting and complete Javascript training

Date posted: January 18, 2013

http://yujianrong.github.com/JavascriptTraining/

online editors for buttons, forms, icons and ribbons. http://livetools.uiparade.com/index.html