Konstantin Kichinsky works at Microsoft Russia as Academic Developer Evangelist with special focus on HTML5 and IE, and apps design and UX for Windows Phone. Catch his blog here.
Mastering CSS3: 7 Cool text-shadow Samples You Can’t Miss
We’ve been exploring the basics on how to use CSS3 shadows: box-shadow and text-shadow. Today, we are going to improve our skills and look into how to build some amazing text-shadows. Some of the ideas for shadows, I found in various tutorials for Photoshop— I was interested in whether or not I could achieve similar […]
Mastering CSS3 Multiple Backgrounds
Our journey to the world of CSS3 shadows continues. Today we will focus on another interesting feature—how to use multiple backgrounds with CSS3.
Mastering CSS3 Text Shadows
Our journey to the world of shadows continues. If you missed the article, we explored the basics of using the box-shadow property. Today we are going to focus on the text-shadow. Just to remind you: both properties, while defined in different modules, actually work in a similar way. So if you are already familiar with […]
Mastering Box Shadows
In this tutorial we will study the art of mastering shadows with CSS3. There are two types: box-shadow and text-shadow, defined respectively in the modules and CSS3 Text.
3 Breakthrough Ways to Visualize HTML5 Audio
Konstantin Kichinsky focuses on an interesting scenario that isn’t directly covered by the HTML5 standard, but is in high demand and visually impressive: audio visualization using HTML5 Audio.