Learn how variables help you to document your CSS/Sass code
Made in Berlin—a logo for all websites and projects made in Berlin.
A pure CSS3 Github badge with 3D transitions for Safari—made with Sass/SCSS and Compass.
Some tweaks to optimize the script tags provided by Typekit to improve loading and beauty.
Enhance your frontend development with SCSS/Sass, Compass and Lemonade—use variables, color functions CSS3 and CSS sprites.
Generate CSS sprites on the fly with this Sass/Compass plugin: `background: sprite-image("icons/go.png")`—and you’re done.
Enhance your textarea or input fields with the HTML5 attribute “placeholder” and make it work in all Browsers with jQuery.
Ever wondered how Heroku “deploying” Rails apps via Git works? It’s very easy to setup Git.
With Cimy Swift it’s easy to switch from PHP’s mail() to your Goolge Mail e-mail address.
Slides: Best practices to design your Twitter profile. Avatar, background image, information, username.
Four great tables about HTML5 support in different browsers, attributes and elements.
The logo and CI I created for Germany’s corporate tweet-up which I founded with Stefan.
Little helpers to make CSS editing much more easy in TextMate
I had an awesome trip to Azerbaijan and a lot of fun with Aeroflot.
After Facebook switched to a Twitter styled layout, they had to update their logo.
Create cross-browser HTML5 documents. This includes fixes for IE6 and Firefox 2.0.
Easily insert translations for Rails I18n projects on the fly: just type “t” and hit tab.
Logo drafts for the “Social-Media-Camp” and the “bracamp”
If you’re running more than one WordPress blog in the same directory, here’s how you setup different favicons.
Glossr is a platform to define terms of the Web 2.0 on barcamps.
I started a private blog about Berlin and its public transport systems
Tipps to design an imprint for German websites by the minister of justice
I’m sad. Barcamp Riga sent spam to me. How could this happen?
German bureaucracy discovers the Internet. An adventure to get a fat ID.