On the fence about BB10? You are not alone…

Posted on February 12, 2013 by Chris Eben with No Comments

This past summer and fall TWG engaged with RIM (now renamed to Blackberry ) to help with building the BlackBerry 10 WebWorks platform.  While the press was hammering BlackBerry and continuing to glorify the growing market share […]

Remember Rcov?

Posted on December 16, 2009 by Oleg with 2 Comments

Rcov helps to identify code that is not being being hit by your tests (or maybe some functions left behind after refactoring). It’s very easy to get it running as well: [ccN] $ sudo gem […]

Making a world of difference with 0.05em

Posted on November 3, 2009 by Vivian with 1 Comment

Typographic sensibility can make or break a design, both in print pieces and online. In web design, attention to typography is especially important since the majority of online content is written information. It is often […]

4 Fears of @font-face

Posted on September 8, 2009 by Vivian with 6 Comments

The future of web typography seems to be almost here with Firefox 3.5 supporting @font-face, making web-safe fonts a thing of the past. Through CSS3’s linking/embedding of any font file, @font-face opens the floodgates to […]