Professional Web Developer, Apprentice Photographer
I can't stand when things on the web disappear and do everything I can to prevent it. To this end I've mirrored all my work from the neuralust project either here or on ChunkySoup.net.
By far the most interesting piece to come out of my days at neuralust was the style sheet experiments and the style switcher for the old index page. Since this mirror has a different index page, I've had to isolate the experiment a bit:
Here is a rundown of all of the projects, both large and small, that I had a part in on neuralust. Notably missing from this list is the work done on the series of random homepage designs — a series of CSS redesigns of a fixed HTML document contributed by the various members.
Each day in Throughout the month of February I will be posting a redesign of this page using only CSS. The underlying HTML code won't change a bit. Past style sheets can be viewed using the form controls found somewhere on this page. Explanations of each of the layouts will also be posted. (updated 2/26)
I recently came across this little gag I had started working on a few months back and polished it up for the world to see. For those living under a rock, this is gmunk, and these are the photos that the email is referring to.
I know if you've been bad or good. Oops someone else's line, but I do know how big your browser is! If you didn't view this page's source you wouldn't know this page was bugged. Here's a short explanation of why along with some results.
A DOM based port of the latest Macromedia Flash craze to sweep the world. Thanks to ~deconcept and all the other designers showcased at blankimage.com [now: http://www.deconcept.com/c3p/] for the inspiration.
A home page with nothing to do. More CSS based typography combined with an attempt to fill space creatively. Thanks to all the folks who wrote me telling me it didn't work, and extra special thanks to those writing me telling me it did work.
Last Updated 01/01/2007