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Andrew Boulton

jQuery Nivo Slider Web Part from a SharePoint List

By Andrew Boulton October 30, 2013

Quality, reusable, customizable SharePoint sliders are frustratingly few and far between. So,..

Sitecore XSLT: making reusable and strategic look sexy and one-off

By Andrew Boulton January 12, 2013

Sitecore provides wonderfully flexible options for creating public-facing renderings of web..

Fun and tragedy with RWD

By Andrew Boulton October 6, 2012

Not a cautionary tale about that kind of RWD antics – the rear wheel drive, V8-powered,..

Measuring Mobile Engagement with Google Analytics

By Andrew Boulton August 29, 2012

Congratulations. You listened to your audience and rallied to give them what they want: a..

They're not robots: SEO as Student Experience Optimization

By Andrew Boulton July 25, 2012

A plea to higher education marketers scrambling to take heed of the venerable Noel-Levitz's ..

Mask image and the timely death of text image replacement

By Andrew Boulton May 30, 2012

Mask-image is a very versatile CSS property that can produce some really neat effects (image..

Typographic Tribulations: Making Sense of the Fancy Font Fad

By Andrew Boulton April 27, 2012

I got the memo a little late. "Drop everything," it read: "fancy fonts are the new rounded corners..

Vector v. Raster #672,000,001

By Andrew Boulton April 2, 2012

The varying pixel densities, resolutions and screen sizes of mobile and tablet devices wreak havoc..

Sizing matters. Or, why REM doesn’t suck

By Andrew Boulton March 4, 2012

When I was growing up, REM was synonymous with sleep and depression. Their dreary tones and..