A brief round up of what I did this year, mainly for myself but you can read it if you want.
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I give to you my most recent side-project: Let’s meet in the middle.
It’s a simple web app to quickly and easily find a place to meet half-way between two locations. If you’re meeting a friend after work for a beer, or a client for a coffee, you can enter your location, their location and the method of transport and see places you could meet!
15 October 2014: updated to include feedback from comments.
A current design pattern on some scroll-hijacking sites is to have each section as tall as the browser window so you see that content without distraction before moving onto the next.
This is a demo of content equal to browser height using CSS with a fall-back coffeescript solution for browsers that don’t understand css transforms. It is also responds to any adjustment in height and width of the browser window.
I want to allow the user to search within all sections of a website or to search within one or more chosen groups. The list should only be visible when the user selects that they want to choose groups. To do this I am going to use 2 radio buttons to toggle the unordered list of sections on and off.