Photo

How to show real-time highlights and shadows clipping in Photoshop

I’ve used Photoshop for years. Decades even. Yikes, showing age there. But for my photography, I tended to use Photoshop for specific things – such as cleaning...

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CSS

Safari: quirky or rule follower?

CSS

Internet Explorer still exists. Just. And while its last-supported version, Internet Explorer 11, generally behaves nicely, it’s the little things that can make...

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PHP

How to easily access to Custom Fields in Joomla

Over the past few years, I’ve had to get more and more involved in developing Joomla websites. Joomla is such a powerful, flexible and user-friendly CMS to work...

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Movie

“Gravity” and Dolby Atmos

Gravity is one of those movies that I missed in theatres, but watched in 3D on Blu-ray when it first came out. I had just gotten a 3D TV and, hey, any disc with...

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Photo

Making photos fit on your website

As you know, I love my work as a web developer. I also love taking my landscape photographs. So it only seemed natural that when Mity wanted someone to write about...

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JS

vue-slide-up-down: helping improve accessibility

When starting out in Vue, coming from jQuery, one thing that I did miss was the jQuery slideUp and slideDown functions. They’re just so convenient, easy and effortless...

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JS

Setting up two-way binding for a component in Vue

I’ll be blunt: I am head-over-heels in love with VueJS. It has totally changed my approach to front end development, and increased reusability, while also decreasing...

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JS

Visiting Tiny in Brisbane

Just as the weather started to get cooler in Melbourne, I got an invite up to Brisbane to hang out with the Tiny team for a few days of their Product Week 2019....

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Build vs Buy: The never-ending decision

This article was written for and originally appeared on Blueprint by Tiny. It always feels pretty awesome to buy something. Especially when the delivery guy...

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JS

Working with noneditable content in TinyMCE

This article was written for and originally appeared on Blueprint by Tiny. The noneditable plugin is a core plugin of TinyMCE, and is available to all users,...

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Making the most of templates in TinyMCE

This article was written for and originally appeared on Blueprint by Tiny. When writing content, templates can save users a lot of time, especially when they’re...

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Music

Rise Like Smoke

This is one I was pondering over for a while - and is a bit varied but also has some superb vocals, amazingly produced tracks, and some beautiful instrument flavours...

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I am the Development Director (and co-owner) at Mity Digital, a Melbourne-based digital agency specialising in responsive web design, custom web development and graphic design.
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