It’s back-to-school time, and, that means, it’s time to learn, explore and create. Speaking of exploring and creating, what a great way to start the school year right by surprising your child with their own chalkboard, or even better, a chalkboard wall. What a dream come true! Who would have thought, a wall-destroying-pencil-drawing stereotype could be turned into such a positive venture. Read more »
This past weekend, I got to participate in LUVMUD Island, a 5k mud race on Mud Island. I would say, this is one of the most creative races I’ve ever been to – outfitted with costumes, obstacles, the mud pit, and even the iPad (about that later). The race in Memphis supports Habitat for Hope, a local charity. This is my second time to run in this race, and it was just as fun as last year. In spite of the super hot weather, the race was full of thrill and excitement. It was like doing a Survivor… well, the mild version of it. Some of the obstacles included running through tires, climbing over hay barrels, going down the slip-n-slide (my favorite), and, of course, plowing through a 50-foot-long pit of mud. The most interesting part of the event was the iPad challenge. The first person to find an iPad, buried inside the mud pit, was going to be one lucky winner (too bad that wasn’t me). Check out the LUVMUD website for pictures, videos and what’s to come next.
Famosa means “famous” in Spanish, and that’s exactly how I felt when I saw photographs of me posing with food (laughing) at Mosa Asian Bistro, a locally-owned Asian-fusion style restaurant. I have recently had an opportunity to have dinner and catch up with Sophorn McRae, an extremely talented Memphis photographer and blogger at Norococo. I also got to assist her in her craft of making these beautiful images of food. She zooms right in and knows just how to capture the most amazing details and make one salivate instantly when looking at her images. Thanks to Sophorn for taking great photos and writing a nice article. Check out her blog when you get a chance at www.norococo.com. Mmm, that cupcake was good too.
I have put together this page to show how one can use CSS and Media Queries creatively in order to convey a message or a feeling in web design. Try resizing the browser window after clicking on the example below and see how the elements on the page interact with each other.
I just found these cute little icons, such as the snowman below, from free Festive Christmas Icon Pack posted by Smashing Magazine. So, here a few festive pixels crafted with love and some hazelnut coffee just to say “Merry Christmas!” to all.
“Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower.” – Albert Camus
Photography by Irina McGuire