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A pure CSS3 driven overlay

Tuesday, February 11th, 2014

During my last workshop with Gabriele Lana I’ve started a nice conversation with Fabio Fabbrucci on how to recreate the perfect overlay effect using as less JavaScript as possible.


Building a company logo using CSS3

Thursday, March 15th, 2012

I’ve recently left my job to found a new company called ‘Comparto Web‘; to showcase some of our CSS3 skills I decided to implement the logo using only HTML elements and taking advantage of some new properties such as transitions and animations.


Using the :required pseudo selector to enhance forms

Sunday, August 14th, 2011

Lately I come up with this idea on how to enhance a form by using the :required pseudo element. What you can do is mix this new pseudo element with the ‘+’ selector in order to modify elements that are adjacent to your input tag, such as the label.


A pure CSS3 coverflow effect for Chrome, Firefox and Safari

Friday, August 5th, 2011

I’ve been recently playing with some of the newest CSS3 features, such as pseudoclasses selectors, transition and transform properties and attr(). In order to have something concrete on which test these features  I created a coverflow effect that works only out of CSS instructions without the use of javascript.


A mouse driven CSS3 ‘rotate3d’ parallax gallery for Safari

Thursday, September 9th, 2010

I’m recently enjoying KillZone 2 so much; during one of my gaming sessions I noticed that the loading screen is designed as a bas-relief that you can partially rotate using the joypad oscilloscope, this technique, although easy to implement in a PS3 game, produce a very interesting effect and so I decided to try to transpose it to a web gallery.


Euruko 2010 and some CSS3 experiments

Sunday, June 6th, 2010

update 14/07/2010: featured my speaker showcase ! Here’s the post !

update 19/06/2010: my speakers showcase gets a dedicated post at euruko2010 official blog from Ela. Thanks guys !

Euruko 2010 is over. It was a great week-end spent among cool people having fun and talking about Ruby. As Matz said “we have a nice community”, and that’s absolutely true. To honor this conference (and to test some CSS3 features ^_^ ) I’ve developed a page showcasing the speakers and their talks. For each of them you may find a short summary and some resources (slide, etc..).