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It's Here: Super duper.

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It's out with the old and in with the new. As you have observed, there has been some changes to the design of morriscode. First and most noticeably is, you probably noticed there has been some changes in terms of design.

The site has undergone a bit of a facelift and by a bit, I mean a lot. I've always wanted to give it a true facelift and the previous design was more so temporary. However, as things go, it never made it to the front burner. As such, being January, I had some time to finally redo it since January is usually a slower month. Previously, I was simply using the year to name the design. However, in this case, I actually have nicknamed it "super duper".

The new design features Responsive Design, which will be a big thing in 2013 (Other huge things of 2013). This is in response to tablets and mobile device sales going through the roof while PC's are declining in sales. So, no matter what device your using, this site will shrink properly to fit your needs. It might even look a bit different for you too depending which tablet/mobile device you are using. Previously, I utilized javascript to accomplish this, however Responsive Design is gonna make a huge splash in 2013.

testing a website

Secondly, I knew I was running out of business cards and had to get new ones. They have also underwent a facelift. For those who are a fan on Facebook, you have probably already checked out the new snazzy business cards. For those who haven't, here is a bit of a sneak peak. Of course, to see the real thing, you'll have to wait till you see me next or spin by the office. The response on the business cards has been what I was hoping for. Lots of great comments on my different approach to a business card.

New Business Cards

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