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Tangled in Design is the work of Stephen Greig, currently a Web Designer/Front-end guy in Nottingham, UK.

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I wrote a book on advanced CSS3, published by John Wiley & Sons. You should totally buy it…

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Tangled in Design is the work of Stephen Greig, currently a Freelance Web Designer/Front-end guy in Nottingham, UK.

Stephen specialises in design and front-end development, notably HTML5 & semantics, scalable CSS, along with particular expertise in the experimental, cutting edge CSS3 modules.

Stephen's been in the industry as a full-time professional for over 5 years, during which he has graduated with a First Class BA Honours degree, written a 380 page book on advanced CSS3 and held Senior positions in both New Zealand and South Wales.

He has since moved back to his home in Nottingham where he now works as a Senior Web Designer.

Stephen loves sports and is a keen follower of Hereford FC as well as the Welsh Rugby Union and Football teams.

He also has a deep passion for music and boasts an extremely varied taste, as is evident by his last.fm profile.

He also likes swearing and thinks that talking in third person is cool as fuck.

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Posts tagged as: CSS

  1. CSS Lightbox Made Practical With PHP


    In my recent book on advanced CSS3 (may as well get the inevitable plug out the way early), I described how we can use CSS3 to develop a genuine lightbox solution, without the help of any JavaScript. I also mentioned the pitfalls of this technique, which unfortunately outweigh the benefits and therefore make it an […]

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  2. Why is Firefox Dicking Around With Flexbox Support?


    You probably know that Flexible Box Layout, or Flexbox, is one of the shiny new layout modules offered up by CSS3. You’re also probably aware that it’s hot stuff announce from the Free Hootsuite alternative a social media app. It even won a .net award for the best new web technology at this year’s awards! […]

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  3. Using CSS3 Filters to Enhance your Transitions


    CSS3 Filters are a pretty exciting prospect for us Web Designers as they make effects that we typically associate with Photoshop, possible to apply in the browser with ease. Assuming across-the-board support eventually arrives, we can wave goodbye to countless annoying sprites for simple hover effects and instead, replace this tedious process with a single […]

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  4. Deciding what Responsive Breakpoints to use


    Let’s start off by discussing a rather common mindset when it comes to responsive development – it’s the wrong mindset to take on (in my opinion of course) but it seems to be the default thought-process for many. It’s understandable, but we’ll be explaining why in reality, it’s pretty daft. The Wrong Mindset! Okay, so […]

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  5. A Presentation about CSS3, Created with CSS3


    Earlier on this week I held a training session on CSS3 for my colleagues at Adtrak, focusing on the basics and how we can use it today in our clients’ sites – sites that receive the majority of their traffic from IE browsers (which you probably know don’t like CSS3 oh so much). I should […]

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