Rewrote image source changing logic to more consistently load proper resolution photos depending on image width. Ability to have a cover video now as well. Designed some new location heading styles as well as card modules for various items/places. As part of my first New Zealand photoset.
High-DPI mode for photosets. There's now the option to load a wider layout with higher resolution images on photosets.
Slight footnotes tweaks. You can now hover over footnotes to see them inline instead of having to go to the bottom of the post.
Updated photoset collection index page and display of cover photos. Larger photos with loader that uses smaller version in black and white and fades to high-res (as large as supported by current page width) when it loads.
Redesigned the photos index page and adjusted some things on photoset index pages.
Removed old lightbox, implemented new photoswipe-based one for photosets
Moved off of Typekit and began using cloud.typography.com so I could use the lovely Whitney typeface. Lots of additional site tweaking to various text style throughout the site to get it to look good everywhere.
Misc new article components to support hover-to-play on videos and captions for them for use in my Designing Twitter Video article.
Lots of mobile testing and fixes.
Some slight tweaks for photo stories to support adding various trip data at the beginning of posts in my France collection. Also some new titles so I could add places as headings in this Seattle photoset.
Substantial redesign from merging two jekyll installs to one, now with Jekyll 2.0 collections support. New site includes masonry-powered homepage and photos page elements.
Removed Swiftype search integration. Not many people searched on the site and I wanted to remove the extra CSS/JS associated. I also wanted the extra room in the header to move some things around.
Migrated site from Heroku to S3 site hosting with CloudFront. Using AWS Route 53 DNS.
Moved photoblog to its own nested Jekyll setup, with a redesign.
Complete redesign of website, migration to Heroku and rack-based Jekyll.
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