My photo blog showcases some of my favourite photos from my collection.
This project experiments with a few of the latest web trends. Under the hood, the website is generated from plain-text files into HTML using Jekyll. The design builds upon the prolific Twitter Bootstrap framework, glued together with Jekyll Bootstrap.
Customisation's appear in the form of a subtle noise-textured background (a
current trend), replacing the stock Glyphicons with the awesome Font
Awesome and a paginated view. Indeed, other than the photos themselves, no
other images are used on the site: the icons use web fonts and the CSS3
provider plugin for Jekyll Bootstrap, a simple
Rake task that
uses the fleakr gem to generate new blog posts from given flickr URLs and
shared the frontend design as a Jekyll Bootstrap compliant theme.