Monthly Archive:: April 2011

Image placeholders for your website mockups

This is a nice way to ease into the week (courtesy of an afternoon article in NetTuts+). Rather than using boring solid-color boxes as placeholders in your website mockups here are two (cute!) alternatives: placekitten (my personal preference) and PlaceDog. For either one you just put your image dimensions (width & height in pixels) after [&hellip

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An introduction to blogs, Twitter, and Facebook

Below is a post I wrote for Bethel United Methodist Church’s blog. I grew up going to Bethel and now I maintain their website and Google Apps account. Many of the “new technologies” the past few years have become commonplace with some members of the church, but other folks aren’t familiar with all the different [&hellip

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Programmatically taking a screenshot of your app in iOS

For William & Mary’s Dress the Griffin app we offer the option to save the Griffin’s current outfit as an image to the iOS device’s photo album (which can then be shared via email or various social media outlets). I had a hard time finding a place that outlined these steps clearly, so here is [&hellip

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Hello world!

Yes, it’s the quintessential and probably overused “first test post”, but appropriate for a technically inclined blog, don’t you think? ;) I already have a personal blog where I post stuff (albeit, sporadically) on my travels, photography, and food, but I wanted a central place to write down all the random tidbits I’ve found useful in my [&hellip

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