Kezz Bracey
Hi there. I specialize in web-design and development and have been self-employed in the web sphere for the better part of a decade. My focus over the last few years has been designing themes and plugins for WordPress and I now also theme for the Ghost blogging platform. If you can build it with web technologies, I love it.
Tutorials
  • Web Design
    The Command Line for Web Design: Live Reload & BrowserSyncCli brower sync
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    In this lesson you'll learn how to create commands that add an extra layer of awesome to your projects, enabling live reload and browser synchronization.Read More…
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    The Command Line for Web Design: Automation with GulpCli gulp
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    In the previous tutorial we setup a project and used Grunt to watch and automatically compile Stylus and Jade. In this tutorial we’ll be doing the same, but using a different task runner: Gulp.Read More…
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    The Command Line for Web Design: Automation with GruntCli grunt watch
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    In this tutorial you’ll be learning how to setup task runners and, in the process, you’ll also see an example of bringing in scripts from Bower packages for efficient deployment in your projects.Read More…
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    The Command Line for Web Design: Powering Up Front End CodeCli autoprefixer
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    As a web designer there are three languages you’re pretty much guaranteed to work with one way or another: CSS, HTML and JavaScript. In this tutorial you’re going to leverage the command line to make your development with these three languages more powerful and more efficient.Read More…
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    The Command Line for Web Design: Taming 3rd Party PackagesCli npm
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    In this tutorial you’ll learn how to make handling third party packages a matter of just typing a handful of two to five word commands.Read More…
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    The Command Line for Web Design: Grasping the BasicsCli sudo
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    In this tutorial you’ll learn all the essentials of working with a terminal or command prompt including how to open it, how to run commands, how to repeat commands, how to target your project folder when running commands, and how to deal with the most common error message you’ll see.Read More…
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    The Command Line for Web Design: IntroductionCli basics
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    This is a series specifically for web designers, showing you how to utilize command line tools that are incredibly useful specifically for web design projects.Read More…
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    The State of Responsive Web DesignRwd
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    As we move into 2015 it’s the perfect time to address “The State of Responsive Web Design”.Read More…
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    Baking Bootstrap Snippets with JadeJ
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    In this tutorial we’re going to use Jade to generate some of the most prominent components of the Bootstrap framework.Read More…
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    Quick Tip: UI Interactions in Plain Language With uilangUilang
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    uilang is a new, simple JavaScript-based language created by Benjamin De Cock, and it allows web designers to create UI click interactions using a set of rules taken straight from the English language.Read More…
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    How to Use “animateTransform” for Inline SVG AnimationPreview svg
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    Today we’ll be stepping you through the basics of using “animateTransform” to generate inline animations with SVG (scalable vector graphics).Read More…
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    Six Awesome Things You Can Do with Kouto Swiss for StylusPreview
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    Kouto Swiss is a fantastic new mixin library for the CSS preprocessor Stylus, created by developers Pierre-Antoine Delnatte and Thierry Lagasse of KRKN. It aims to be the standard toolkit that Stylus developers turn to, and after taking a good look through its array of functionality I can say it would certainly be worthy of that role.Read More…