Kezz Bracey
Hi there. I'm a designer and coder who specializes in web design and development and also works in the areas of game development and digital art. In the web space my focus is on theme development for WordPress, Ghost or any other themeable platform, and on finding the latest most efficient, user focused design and dev techniques of the day. In game development I'm addicted to playing with every different engine, toolset and framework I can find and I could spend months at a time immersed in level design. And in digital art there's little I love more than creating realistic style vector pieces, and of course assets for games through original art or photo manipulation. In short, if it's creative and you can make it digitally with code or design apps, I love it.
  • Web Design
    Building a WordPress Theme in 60 Seconds60 wp
    Creating a basic WordPress theme can be easier than you might think. Here’s how, in 60 seconds!Read More…
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    How to Create an “Anything” Slider With Just CSSCss3 ui%20(1)
    It used to be unthinkable to deploy a slider without JavaScript, but in this project you’ll learn how to create an “anything” slider with just CSS, to present any type of content you need.Read More…
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    Get Started With Foundation for AppsFoundation apps 2
    In this video tutorial you’ll get ready to produce Foundation Apps by installing and running the system of dev tools it provides, including automatic Sass compilation and localhost app preview. You’ll also learn how to integrate BrowserSync to enable live reload and multi-device testing.Read More…
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    25 Syntax Highlighters: Tried and Tested Pink
    When you set out to grab a syntax highlighter for your website, or your favorite IDE, you quickly find there are a lot of options available. Picking which one to use can be a daunting task.Read More…
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    The Command Line for Web Design: Wrapping UpCli exit
    I hope you had a great time with this tutorial series, and discovered some of the incredibly useful ways the command line can be incorporated into every day web design processes.Read More…
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    The Command Line for Web Design: Scaffolding New ProjectsCli scaffold
    In this final tutorial of the series you’ll learn how to use command line to get your projects off to a running start by scaffolding out new projects that have all the third party code they require, as well as Grunt or Gulp task management already setup, in just a matter moments.Read More…
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    The Command Line for Web Design: Live Reload & BrowserSyncCli brower sync
    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
    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
    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
    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
    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
    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…