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Mark Lee
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It’s a do-over! This is another fairly basic slideshow, written in javascript, html, and css. This is a dual-purpose project, it’s meant (1) to be something you can drop right into your page and use if you so choose, but it’s also meant (2) as an example/tutorial showing you how to build a simple DIY slideshow from scratch on your own. You can see a couple of demos of the finished product here: http://leemark.github.io/better-simple-slideshow/.
This is another fairly basic slideshow, written in javascript, html5, and css3, as a tutorial on how to build a simple DIY slideshow from scratch.
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Jen Simmons delivers A Love Letter to HTML at Fluent 2014: Fluent 2014, "Keynote With Jen Simmons"
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This seems like a great solution for creating responsive data tables.
 
New blog article: A Fresh Approach To Responsive HTML5 Tables

http://demosthenes.info/blog/852/A-Fresh-Approach-to-Responsive-HTML5-Tables
A new elegant way to create fluid, responsive tables
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Using jQuery's $.getJSON() to pull and display data from a open government API. jQuery makes everything easier!
A basic example of how to pull JSON data from an open data API.
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Learning SVG: http://bit.ly/1iwHCHy - great soup-to-nuts tutorial. Walks through the basics of defining shapes, working with masks, and as a bonus, some great animation tips!
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2014 has been a great year for getting out of my comfort zone, and in keeping with that theme, last month I gave my first-ever conference presentation with a couple of amazing colleagues at #HighEdWeb14 in Portland, Oregon. This presentation was about online maps —specifically higher-ed campus maps—and over the past several months I’ve collected a lot of information and resources that I’d like to share. #maps   #highered  
How to build online maps, specifically higher-ed campus maps, including strategies, tools, techniques and advice from college and university web teams.
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How to build your own slideshow from scratch in javascript, css, and html...
This is another fairly basic slideshow, written in javascript, html5, and css3, as a tutorial on how to build a simple DIY slideshow from scratch.
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Using the z-axis to solve design problems.
For years we’ve seen the web as a two-dimensional space filled with pages that sit side by side on a flat, infinite plane. But as the devices we design for take on an increasingly diverse array of shapes and sizes, we must embrace new ways of designing up and down. Designing on the z-axis means incorporating three-dimensional physics into our interface designs. Wren Lanier explains how, by using the z-axis to place interface elements above or bel...
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So this is a thing that happened this week, we launched a big project I've been working on for a while. Check it out at http://www.coloradocollege.edu/facesofinnovation.
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Great site! I love the search box and the map(remember a post about you working with maps a few weeks ago or so) is just awesome. Great work. 
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End of an era. A  long, bad era. Though, anyone else remember being excited about IE6  because it was so much better than what had come before?

"jQuery 1.12: This will be the last release to support Internet Explorer 6 and 7. " http://blog.jquery.com/2014/04/02/browser-support-in-jquery-1-12-and-beyond
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I had the opportunity recently to participate in Go Code Colorado, an “apps challenge” (think weekend hackathon + startup pitch competition) meant to make public data more accessible. It was an awesome experience and it got me thinking about government/public data, and how to use it and combine it in ways that can help people.
A basic example of how to pull JSON data from an open data API.
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Web generalist working in higher-ed: front-end dev, social media, communications, html+css+javascript, design, etc.
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    Associate Director of Web Communications and New Media, present
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