As you may have noticed, the Kalexiko blog has undergone a massive redesign. What you are looking at now is months of meticulous planning, dramatic designing feats and days of non-stop development...
Posted By: Paul on 24th May 2013 in Kalexiko HQ
Running a web design business is tough; period. With deadlines constantly looming around every corner and the work pile towering like an unconquerable mountain; things can get a bit stressful.
As part of a web-archeological excavation, the world’s very first webpage is to be put back online. Cern, the company that introduced the World Wide Web to the world are putting the site back online as part of a project to preserve the heritage of the internet.
The 18th of May 2013 marks the seventh birthday of Kalexiko and boy, does time fly! It is hard to believe that the seed that was planted in the summer of 2006 has sprouted into the formidable web design agency that it is today.
Posted By: James on 21st May 2013 in Digital Culture
Blogging platform Tumblr was bought by Yahoo yesterday for an astonishing $1.1bn in cash. The deal is the biggest that Marissa Mayer has made since she took charge of Yahoo last July. She described the acquisition as a “unique opportunity”. She added, “On many levels, Tumblr and Yahoo couldn’t be more different, but at the same time they couldn’t be more complimentary.”
The competitor to be feared is one who never bothers about you at all, but goes on making his own business better all the time.- John F. Kennedy
Posted By: Sukh on 21st May 2013 in Inspiration
Posted By: Ben on 20th May 2013 in Development
CSS3 is still in its infancy, and as it stands currently web browsers are slowly catching up with all the power and features that CSS3 offers developers to create some of the impressive possibilities that are currently available for web-design. Though web browsers are still lagging slightly behind with the ability to accommodate all that CSS3 has to offer a developer, there are still some great things you can do with it. In this article I’m going to show you how to experiment with the potential of CSS3.