September 2011 - Broken Links Archive

CSS Animations on Top10.com

As you may be aware I work at Top10.com, and last week we offiĀ­cialĀ­ly moved the site out of beta and released a new design and some revised interĀ­acĀ­tions. We decidĀ­ed that we wantĀ­ed to make the most of the capaĀ­bilĀ­iĀ­ties of modĀ­ern browsers, and one of the main ways we did that was with CSS.

As the bulk of our audiĀ­ence use modĀ­ern browsers we were able to use genĀ­erĀ­atĀ­ed conĀ­tent, web fonts, graĀ­diĀ­ents, tranĀ­siĀ­tions and aniĀ­maĀ­tions to give an enhanced expeĀ­riĀ­ence for them. You can read more about the front-end build on the Top10 blog, and although Iā€™d be hapĀ­py to talk through all of it, in this post Iā€™m going to focus on our use of CSS animations.

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Iā€™ve updatĀ­ed my SpeakĀ­ing page to include more conĀ­ferĀ­ences, more videos, and a litĀ­tle on my speakĀ­ing requireĀ­ments and prefĀ­erĀ­ences. Iā€™m planĀ­ning to cut down on the numĀ­ber of talks I give in 2014 (twelve is too many), but am always open to interĀ­estĀ­ing offers and opporĀ­tuĀ­niĀ­ties, so please get in touch if youā€™re organĀ­isĀ­ing an event.

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