Sidr – Nifty Responsive Side Navigation

April 8, 2013
Sidr Screenshot

Sidr is a very well made jQuery plugin that makes it easy to create a menu similar to the way Facebook “swipe-from-the-left” navigation screen on their iPhone app. There are a lot of options that would make it useful for full sized and mobile sites. Learn it. Use it. Love it.

For the Web Designer Who Hates Everyone

April 2, 2013

Here’s a JavaScript library that’s certain to destroy any site’s popularity. Pestilence is a “collection of JavaScript utilities to ruin someone’s day, regardless of ability…or disability.” When added to a webpage, it will: Play a high-pitched noise at random intervals. Replace the user’s cursor with a duplicate that is offset approximately fifty pixels down and…

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Southern Brewing & Winemaking Accept First Golden Ed Award

March 29, 2013
Award Acceptance With The Eds

Congratulations, Southern Brewing & Winemaking, for receiving the first Golden Ed Award. We spent a lot of time thinking about the types of businesses that might deserve the award. After meeting Kelly and Brian from Southern Brewing, we knew we made the right choice. We knew Southern Brewing brought something unique to Tampa Bay. However,…

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Bringing the Snazz

January 2, 2013
The Green Lemon

Recently, a local restaurant group (Ciccio’s Restaurant Group) reached out to the public for a little re-branding nudge by renaming one of their locations. It is a modern Mexican cantina formerly known as The Lime, and sparing you the legal jargon explaining why, they needed a snazzy new name that would resonate with their lively and trendy clientel….

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Eat Your Own Children’s Shoes

December 7, 2012
Eat Your Own Children's Shoes

You know what bugs us around 13GNE HQ? The phrase: “The cobbler’s children have no shoes.” You know the idea, the mechanic with the worst running car, or a painter with a shoddily painted house, or an accountant who can’t file his taxes on time. The obvious reason is that they’re all too busy serving…

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Plot Twist

December 6, 2012

Conversation with a client who just received his business cards (designed by 13 Guys Named Ed): “Hey, man. How are those business cards?” “They were delivered the day before a big trade show, so it worked out great.” “Oh yeah? What’d you think?” “They make me feel bad.” “WHAT?! Why? What’s wrong with them?” “There’s…

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