Slider (js, responsive) Related Projects

The following posts are all related to Slider (js, responsive):


Boulder Bike Tours

Ben Buie | 10/21/15

I hired a handyman to do some work on my house and it turned out he needed a website. Like many small businesses, he had a very small budget, so small that I typically can’t help much. I gave him some options and we came up with a plan that worked for him. Herschel, my Read More >>

Hewescraft

Ben Buie | 2/16/15

Site Link: Hewescraft.com Skills: Javascript, PHP, WordPress, Google Maps API, Responsive design I think I’ve said this before, but I love when I get a project that I code from the ground up. I like it for several reasons, the most significant of which is that I take pride in the cleanliness of my code. Read More >>

Code Snippets

Ben Buie | 12/3/14

One of the things I’m really happy about my last year at Voltage is my focus on creating reusable snippets of code that can be used to quickly deploy features on client sites. I’ve made my repository of code_snippets publicly available so that anyone can take advantage of them. Note, these are not for beginners, Read More >>

UpYourService Re-design

Ben Buie | 12/3/14

When I first got this project, I was hesitant. The goal was to port their old site (which was a mix of one Joomla install and several WordPress sites) into one consistent WordPress install; oh, and not lose money on the project. It turned out to be very difficult. One of the big learnings from Read More >>

Primus Camping

Ben Buie | 12/3/14

Catching up on some projects that I haven’t talked about yet… Primus was the first ecommerce site I built from the ground up on Shopify. It was a good learning experience. Overall, I like Shopify’s platform. It turned out to be easier than I thought it would be to customize the main and collection page Read More >>

Dirty Girl Run Redesign

Ben Buie | 3/21/14

I love projects that take me longer than a week, and this was one of them. This responsive site has three breakpoints (mobile, tablet, desktop) which significantly increased the front-end design time. I had a ton of fun adding in some unusual functionality like loading different images for each breakpoint, and making the homepage slider Read More >>