Building WordPress Child Themes with Twenty Twelve – new and updated course on lynda.com

If you are following my courses on lynda.com you may have noticed that there is an update for my WordPress 3: Building Child Themes course. But this is more than an update. With all the developments and new features of WordPress, I thought it better to completely revamp the course to incorporate new tips, techniques,…

Motion Graphics for VJ I Am TV – The other part of our business

People are often surprised to learn that web design is only one part of a large portfolio of services provided by my company Pink & Yellow Media. We also provide extensive services for broadcast television. These include small scale production as well as still and motion graphics. Over the years we have provided graphics and…

Bridging Media – Some thougts

I attended a very interesting one day conference in Vancouver today called Bridging Media. The intent of the conference was to open the channels of communication between the broadcast and digital media communities. We aim to increase an understanding of our respective industries and strengthen our approach to building multi-platform projects. Over the last few…

Is Silverlight the end of Flash?

I got a couple of emails about my post yesterday from angry web devs who wanted to complain about my Microsoft Fanboi attitude toward Silverlight. I won’t post the emails themselves here (let’s put it this way: had they been comments I would have deleted them) but I’ll reiterate their overall message: Microsoft is already…