Eric Kidd

in Gainesville, FL (Karma: 182)

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I'm a web designer and developer. I love HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript. I'm passionate about responsive web design and intrigued by HTML5 web apps. Check out my website for examples of my work, or dribbble for shots (dribbble.com/ekidd) and CodePen for demos (codepen.io/ekidd/).

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  1. Eric Kidd added a comment on Art, Copy & Code
    The auto sticky-scroll on that page is really annoying...
  2. Eric Kidd added a comment on Is it ok to link bait with topics like 9/11?
    I wonder if there were any Pearl Harbor related ads going around on December 7th, 1953?
  3. Eric Kidd added a comment on F*ck You.
    As a continuation of this debate, Brad wrote a follow-up: On Progressive Enhancement: http://bradfrostweb.com/blog/post/on-progressive-enhancement/ (also shared somewhere on Inbound).
  4. Eric Kidd added an article On Progressive Enhancement
  5. Eric Kidd added a comment on F*ck You.
    It's also a matter of perspective: what works for users with BlackBerrys (99% of the time - there's always weird standards non-compliance issues cross browser/device) will work for users of iPhones. I…
  6. Eric Kidd added a comment on F*ck You.
    Brad's message goes deeper than UX, in my opinion. The web was built as an open platform, and accessibility is a large part of that. Any company that makes money by providing their users with the best…
  7. Eric Kidd added a slideshare Death To Bullshit: Now With 80% More Bullshit!
  8. Eric Kidd added a comment on Awesome new homepage from KitKat
    Looks good, but took over a minute to load on 3G.
  9. Eric Kidd added a comment on The Web Developer's SEO Cheat Sheet 2.0
    A good list, but there's a few things I would add, including: - Viewport Meta tag best-practices - Rich-data markup 
  10. Eric Kidd added a comment on Why does Inbound delete articles without warning/notification/explanation?
    Suggestion on interoffice up-voting: If you are collecting a user's company information, why not run a diff check between the upvoter's company and the poster's company before allowing an upvote? This…