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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: CSS3 Transitions

  1. 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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  2. Enhancing your Image Thumb Galleries using CSS3 Transitions and Transforms (Responsive)


    We’re going to look at using progressive enhancement techniques to improve our user’s experience, in this case, with image galleries. These enhancements aren’t essential to the functionality of our galleries, but they do show that we care about our users, offering them the best experience we can in their browser of choice. The techniques use […]

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  3. How to Trigger CSS3 Transitions on Click using :target


    If you’ve seen any of my previous posts, you’ll probably know that I’ve been doing a lot of playing around and experimenting with CSS3, including transitions which I’m a huge fan of. This post will be furthering the experimentation and looking into more creative ways in which transitions could be used and hopefully providing some […]

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  4. CSS3 Transitions: The transition-timing-function Property Explained


    Following on from last weeks article on CSS3 transitions, which described the ease of applying them, this week we’re going to focus our attention on the aspect of transitions that is the most difficult to understand and the least self-explanitory; the transition-timing-function property. Just to remind ourselves, here are the CSS3 transition properties: -moz-transition-property:border, opacity; […]

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  5. Get the Ball Rolling with CSS3 Transitions


    CSS3 is rapidly expanding in terms of popularity and usage as browser support increases and front-end developers open up to graceful degredation. The properties receiving the most wide-spread usage at the moment seem to be border-radius, box-shadow and other such properties that achieve nice, aesthetic qualities without the use of images. Rather surprisingly, CSS3 transitions […]

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