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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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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: Famous Logos in CSS3

  1. Famous Logos in CSS3 – Volkswagen


    We’re advancing things a little this week by tackling the Volkswagen logo. The logos we’ve re-created so far have focused on manipulating flat shapes, whereas the VW logo has much more depth, with several gradients and shadows. We’re going to be focusing on the CSS3 gradient property in this post, dissecting the code and explaining […]

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  2. Famous Logos in CSS3 – The Dark Knight


    As requested, I’ve decided to follow up last week’s post (within which we re-created the Batman logo with CSS3), with the Batman logo used in the new films. The shape is simpler and easier to achieve than the original Batman logo so in order to ensure further progression in this series I’ve added a couple […]

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  3. Famous Logos in CSS3 – Batman


    The second famous logo in the series we’ll be attempting to re-create with CSS3 is the Batman logo! Last week we looked at the Pepsi logo, which was relatively simple with only three blocks of colour to manipulate into the appropriate shapes and position. The Batman logo is a bit more tricky, occupying a much […]

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  4. Famous Logos in CSS3 – Pepsi


    This is the first in a new, experimental CSS3 series within which I will be attempting to re-create a famous brand logo each week without the aid of any images, using only CSS. I should probably start by saying there may be better or more efficient ways to achieve my outcomes than whatever methods I […]

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