Bones WordPress Theme

I’m a WordPress developer by trade – so I’m hugely interested in anything WordPress related. I am about to start a new website and so I was looking for a decent starter theme. I’ll admit that I haven’t started developing yet – but from the documentation and writeups I’ve seen Bones looks like a good… Read More ›


Headtrackr is a clever html5 javascript library that allows you to use a users webcam and then track their face – which you can then use as a control method for a game or other interactive thing. The webcam api is a new thing that I hadn’t seen being used before (or even heard of)… Read More ›


So yesterday I mentioned HTML5 drawing apps – and today I find this. It’s awesome. I would really recommend it as a great example of nicely done canvas work. I love the feel of the brushes – they move really smoothly – unlike many of the online drawing apps you get. Hopefully I can learn… Read More ›

HTML5 Drawing App Tutorial

I’ve been researching creating a HTML5 drawing app recently and I keep coming across this one from William Malone. His choice of a watermelon duck is a bit odd – and there’s a few things he does that are a bit strange/ superflous – but as a primer it’s quite nice and I’d recommend it… Read More ›


KinectJS is a javascript library that makes interfacing with the html canvas a lot simpler. From the website: KineticJS is an HTML5 Canvas JavaScript framework that enables high performance animations, transitions, node nesting, layering, filtering, caching, event handling for desktop and mobile applications, and much more.

HTML5 Canvas Tutorials

If you’ve ever wanted to get into HTML5 development then you could do worse than start with They feature a wide variety of tutorials all about HTML5 Canvas – a big chunk of which include details about KinectJS. KinectJS is a javascript plugin that gives loads of support for animations, transitions and all sorts… Read More ›