CSS True Titles
The opening titles of the show True Detective are incredible. I wanted to see if I could create a similar style title sequence using CSS.
I love drawing goofy things with Paper. I wanted a way to put all my drawings on the Web. Papersaver allows me to publish directly from the app.
Branched out and tried something new on this one. I went and read one typography book and think I need to make my own hand-drawn typeface. This guy!
The Man From Hollywood
Would it be possible to create a kinetic type animation using CSS? I thought so. TMFH is a first-of-its kind demo of how far CSS animation can be taken.
You know what your site needs? More jQuery! Jribbble is a jQuery plugin for requesting shot and player information from the Dribbble API.
CSS Shaky Animation
I've always loved the shaky animation style of a lot of cartoons. This demo brings that style to the browser with some CSS tricks and a little elbow grease.
CSS Write-on Text Effect
Handwritten text being drawn onto the screen is a common effect in motion graphics. In this demo I recreate that effect using web technologies.
Full Court Shots
A free Saturday and a couple pots of coffee brought about this site that offers an at-a-glance view of all the latest and greatest design snaps from Dribbble.
CSS Animated Slideshows
Revolving image galleries made with only CSS animations? Get out! Feast your eyes on some new wave CSS goodness.
CSS Animated Sprites
Wait, did I just recreate animated gifs using only CSS animations? I sure as hell did. Might not be the most practical thing, but it sure is cool!