I finally converted the last of my old Flash games into React, using Next JS. For simplicity, instead of symbols, I used emojis to hide the message. It’s not perfect, but the basic functionality is there. Maybe in the future I’ll improve it. The objective of the game is to reveal the quote. Each symbol… Read more »
Posts By: Alicia Ramirez
I’m working on an iPhone app and was looking for a sound to make an alert. I didn’t want to have to include a custom sound, so I set out to find what are the system sounds available in iOS. Turns all you can find are codes and names for each sound. So I made… Read more »
One of the things that frustrate my students when they first start learning CSS is how to center elements. There are many techniques, many of them not very intuitive. Some require that you apply CSS to the element itself, while others to the parent. It’s very frustrating. This tutorial is meant for beginners who struggle… Read more »
In this article, I want to share two responsive techniques that I learned from Wes Bos’ CSS Grid Tutorial. Thanks, Wes!
I recently worked on a WordPress project to make a site for an exhibition event (vendors in booths gathered in one place). The client wanted to have floor map that would show which booths were taken, and which were still available (there were over 130 booths). Normally, this would require a graphic that would have… Read more »
I recently created an SVG version of my logo using Sketch and while you should always optimize your images, the resulting file really needed it. It was quite large (as far as SVGs go): 89KB. It really needed to be optimized. Trying to optimize it wasn’t as straight-forward as I thought. I tried different online apps,… Read more »