The Juniper Studio Blog
Our thoughts, ideas and inspirations all in one place
Juniper become an Offical Netlify Partner
Jamstack already allows us to deliver ultra-fast websites at a high velocity, with a secure infrastructure, and the ability to scale without high complexity or high cost.
Thursday, September 5th 2020
How to boost your CV
A CV is a record of your work and achievements, keep it up to date and relevant at all times. Updating it with new skills and results from your annual performance review can take 10 minutes, but starting fresh when you have just lost your job can be daunting and cause even more stress.
Monday, August 2nd 2020
Getting carried away with Tailwind
Tailwind UI is little over 6 weeks old, inspired by its beautiful UI, which is both simplistic and component-driven, we've picked up Tailwind.css and already fallen in love with it. So much so we rewrote our site in it.
Friday, April 6th 2020
Why we use Prismic
When working on the front end of websites you understand the importance of having a solid CMS. Content Management Systems carry out a huge range of tasks, they need to be reliable, simple to use and simple to implement.
Tuesday, April 3rd 2020
Porthole style transparent circle with CSS
There is a new wave of design cropping up requiring a porthole or transparent CSS circle in block of colour over background image.
Monday, March 2nd 2020
What's in a hamburger icon?
Love it or hate it the Navigation Menu icon or ‘Hamburger Icon’ is here to stay. It’s synonymous with mobile apps and mobile websites and with this ever growing market it will be a common visual on all mediums in the future, if not now. But is this really true? Is everyone now ‘stuck’ with this icon? why do we have to stick to a choice between one icon vs words?
Saturday, March 7th 2020
Basics for Stress-free Remote Working
You’ll probably have seen a lot of articles flying around at the moment where individuals and SMEs are suddenly being thrust into WFH (Working From Home) situations. And for the most part, many desk-based jobs can be carried out from the kitchen table.
Tuesday, March 3rd 2020