I am a very versatile creative artist and web developer of mobile-first, responsive, fluid, and AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages by Google) ready websites built with the powerful Genesis Framework on WordPress. I also design logos, brochures, and other marketing collateral in Tampa, St. Petersburg, Clearwater Florida, and all over the place.
I can honestly say I’ve not worked with anyone more creative and talented in web design than Christina.
Fresh from my blog
This logo was a joy to design. It’s so pretty and makes me happy. Which is appropriate since… Sukha is a Sanskrit and Pali word that is often translated happiness, ease, pleasure or bliss. Well, that’s all I have to write. ... Read More
Heavily Modify Simple Social Icons Plugin: Add another social network, re-order, use latest Font Awesome…
It’s been a very long time since I last blogged. I’ve been busy with projects and life and couldn’t squeeze in the time. This is pushing it as well, but I had an urge to share. I have also not updated my site too. I guess I’m suffering from the “plumber has a leaky faucet” syndrome. In other words: the last client I think about is myself. I need to do something about that. I’m ... Read More
In the StudioPress.com forum a person asked about having her columns naturally collapse so that the content will be 4 columns where there’s the width for it and, as the viewport decreases in width, the columns will start stacking in to 2 and then 1 column. The column classes that come with Genesis, Bootstrap, and others don’t do that. They use floats. You can use Flexbox or you can use inline-block. Flexbox is still buggy ... Read More
The original code last week was messed up in that the the same image was used in all posts, I should have noticed it. Anyway, this code is updated and it works great. Apparently hardly anyone is reading my blog to let me know of issues, which is disheartening. Last week I set up an RSS campaign for my own posts. I was also working on one of my client’s campaigns, which went smoothly and ... Read More