The first six screenshots are of sites made completely by me. The others are screenshots of web applications I worked on at other companies.
I used the domain "salzerdesign" because my father, a scenic designer, had done business as "Salzer Design". The name was available and it felt right to use it. I have a background in art and design and live in the San Francisco Bay Area. Over the years I have shifted from being a web designer to being a software engineer. I've been employed full time by other companies since 2006. As a software engineer, I'm part of teams that build and maintain web applications.
Salzer Design is my personal site.
I use my personal website to test isolated technical features. Here are links to a few test pages I've made for myself. Most of these are quick demos, not primarily intended for other people to see.
- CSS patterns for modern browsers. These use no images but only work on modern browsers.
- Nth-child weirdness I stumbled on
- Moire pattern using the canvas tag
- Pure CSS fixed-header tables
- Table with wide non-breaking content
- Columns with floats of different sizes
- CSS vh and calc
- Some HTML5 and CSS3Pie (for IE)
- Div with overflowing content which scrolls (demo for mobile)