"Keep dabbling. If you dabble hard enough you’ll become an expert."
— Colin Northway
I’ve become a big proponent of symbol fonts in regards to icon usage and this article gives a nice overview of their advantages
Welcome to the third epoch in web performance optimization: symbol fonts. Everything from bullets and arrows to feed and social media icons can now be bundled into a single, tiny font file that can be cached and rendered at various sizes without needing multiple images or colors. This has the same caching and file size benefits as a CSS sprite, plus additional benefits weâre only now realizing with high-resolution displays. Discover the advantages and explore the challenges youâll encounter when using a symbol font.
Great article by @karenmcgrane on the role the CMS plays in the expectations of content presentation.
The default tumblr photosets rely on iframes so they’re not responsive friendly. This is a great alternative that is responsive friendly and can be used outside of tumble.