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  • Tactus Rolls Out Phorm – WordPress Site by HyperArts!

    We were excited this morning to help Tactus, a Northern California technology company, roll out their first product, called Phorm.

    It arrives this summer for all three generations of Apple’s iPad Mini. Tactus is planning several iOS device accessories from Tactus Technology that will add the tactile feedback of traditional keyboards to touchscreen devices.

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    Tactus Responsive WordPress Website Built by HyperArts

    HyperArts was proud to design and develop Tactus’s responsive WordPress website a couple years ago and we were fortunate at that time to get a sneak preview of their amazing tactile technology.

    We couldn’t believe what we saw. A 3D keyboard magically emerging from a device’s screen. Very cool.

    It appears that Tactus Phorm has the technosphere and Mac folks buzzing. There are posts about Phorm on Apple Insider, Mac Rumors, and other Mac-oriented and tech sites like TechCrunch.

    Tactus Logo Designed by HyperArts

    Tactus LogoHyperArts also design the Tactus logo, utilizing the amazing skills of our Senior Designer Dan Stiles.

    CSS Animation Overview

    The days of Adobe Flash are behind us, but animation on the web is not dead. This post is an overview about getting started with CSS animation.

    See the Pen Tape Recorder by Scott (@scottohara) on CodePen


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    Password Security 101

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    Password security is not a very exciting subject, but it is extremely important. With the recent breach to millions of Adobe users accounts, password security deserves some of your attention.

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    WordPress 3.8: A Major and Ambitious Update

    The latest update to WordPress brings some big changes to the design of the WordPress dashboard. This post takes a look at some of these new updates.

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    Icon Fonts and SVG Icons

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    Icons on the web are everywhere. They are so ubiquitous you hardly notice them, at least that’s the ideal. On retina displays, poorly optimized icons can stick out like a sore thumb. This post explores two options–icon fonts and SVG icons–to determine some options for getting your icons to be as sharp as your display.

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    Design Inspiration

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    This post looks at design inspiration and pattern galleries. Referencing the design of others is one of the best ways to learn how to design websites. You can also reference these sites to find common usability patterns and styles that can inspire your own unique designs.

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