The flex workspace I rent in Amsterdam is called Concertgemaal. Each month the space is repurposed as a classical concert hall. To promote these concerts a flyer is designed by Bart van den Tooren (BVDT). Since I liked the design so much I flexed some css muscles and recreated it online. You can view it on the concertgemaal subdomain.
Sometimes the small tips are the nicest. If you own a smartphone or tablet it can be annoying to enter an email address in a regular textfield. If you fill out a form and select the email field you expect a virtual keyboard layout suited for filling in email addresses, not your default keyboard layout. The simple trick to get this field to behave is to use the correct HTML5 tag.
This website looks slightly different than it did yesterday. As a proof of concept I’ve made some changes to the header image and colour scheme. The very basic outline of the Code Culture logo allows it to be overlaid on any image (that isn’t too white). I’ve created a custom Drupal module which extracts a colour palette from any uploaded image. The 5 selected colors need to be distinct enough to form a palette. With some colour adaptations these 5 selected colours are used for generic things such as the breadcrumbs, link colours, and the striped background.