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John Kouvakis

Web Developer / Programmer

Over 10 years experience in web development and programming expertise of delivering high quality websites and applications.

You can find out more in my cv or take a look at my projects.

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Angellight, www.aws.gr

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About Me

  • John Kouvakis
     
  • May 4, 1980
     
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  • (+30) 6977.977.474
     

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  • Designing Badges (And More) For A Conference

      

    To badge or not to badge? That is the question. Because badges — and a lot of stuff designed for conferences — often look the same. But if you have a little, different conference, you need different kinds of things. Badges included.

    Designing Badges (And More) For A Conference

    It all started in 2013 with the first Kerning conference. I was asked to design the official notebook: we ended up with a really typographic design for the cover and a funny pattern on the back. And an Easter egg on the cover — more on that later. It was a really funny project, so when my dear friend Cristiano Rastelli, a member of Kerning’s organizing committee, asked me to design the notebook and some printed materials for Kerning 2014 I immediately said “Yes, let’s start!”

    The post Designing Badges (And More) For A Conference appeared first on Smashing Magazine.

  • Is Your Responsive Design Working? Google Analytics Will Tell You

      

    Responsive web design has become the dominant method of developing and designing websites. It makes it easier to think “mobile first” and to create a website that is viewable on mobile devices. In the early days of responsive web design, creating breakpoints in CSS for particular screen sizes was common, like 320 pixels for iPhone and 768 pixels for iPad, and then we tested and monitored those devices.

    Is Your Responsive Design Working? Google Analytics Will Tell You

    As responsive design has evolved, we now more often start with the content and then set breakpoints when the content “breaks.” This means that you might end up with quite a few content-centric breakpoints and no particular devices or form factors on which to test your website.

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  • Customizing WordPress Archives For Categories, Tags And Other Taxonomies

      

    Most WordPress users are familiar with tags and categories and with how to use them to organize their blog posts. If you use custom post types in WordPress, you might need to organize them like categories and tags. Categories and tags are examples of taxonomies, and WordPress allows you to create as many custom taxonomies as you want. These custom taxonomies operate like categories or tags, but are separate.

    Customizing WordPress Archives For Categories, Terms And Other Taxonomies

    In this tutorial, we’ll explain custom taxonomies and how to create them. We’ll also go over which template files in a WordPress theme control the archives of built-in and custom taxonomies, and some advanced techniques for customizing the behavior of taxonomy archives.

    The post Customizing WordPress Archives For Categories, Tags And Other Taxonomies appeared first on Smashing Magazine.

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