This past Spring, AM-TECH, a small business based out of Glen Rock, New Jersey, unveiled a new logo and a new website, both of which I designed. This post summarizes my development process and points out some of my favorite features.
h1, h2, h3, …, h6 are block-level elements. H1 is used for the most important headings and h6 is used for the least important headings.
I use headings hierarchically. That is, I will not use an h4 tag, unless there is an h3 tag above it.
Here are the headings with no particular style applied except for those used by this WordPress theme.
This app allows you to upload fonts to be converted into various webfont formats, such as .ttf, .eot, .woff, and SVG. You can download a zip file containing your font in various formats along with a CSS stylesheet demonstrating how to use @font-face.
Visit and use Font-Face Generator.
CSS Tricks has a very good resource for implementing this in your web designs.
Adobe has an amazingly helpful app called Adobe Color CC. You can play with a color wheel, use existing color palette patterns, or create your own using a nice, precise set of tools.
Etherpad is a web application that allows you to create text documents that allow for group-collaboration in real-time. The text documents are as public or private as you wish, a link to your pad is yours to share or not. “Riseup does not store IP addresses, we require https, and pads are automatically destroyed after 30 days of inactivity.” pad.riseup.net