Paul Hayes

I design and build websites from Brighton & London. Since September 2013 I’ve been contracting with Government Digital Service, who are “leading the digital transformation of government”. I also enjoy taking photos.

You can find me on Twitter (@fofr) and Github.


  1. A light, progressive framework
  2. Webteam
  3. Face detection using webcams and canvas
  4. Use CSS transitions to link Media Queries and JavaScript
  5. Improving the CSS only modal
  6. Creating a modern modal with CSS
  7. Creating a sphere with 3D CSS
  8. Thoughts on Responsive Enhancement
  9. Creating a tetrahedron with 3D CSS
  10. Adding touch gestures and mouse controls to a 3D CSS cube
  11. Useful CSS snippets
  12. A new look, and a new domain
  13. Creating an animated 3D CSS cube using 3D transforms
  14. Creating an accordion using CSS transitions
  15. Moving markup towards HTML5
  16. Creating a 3D Cube using 2D CSS transformations
  17. Create an auto-scrolling parallax effect without JavaScript
  18. Time for some CSS debate
  19. An analogue clock using only CSS
  20. Track outbound links using Google Analytics
  21. Creating the first design
  22. Let’s get the ball rolling


  1. Lightning over Brighton station
  2. Stormy night in Brighton
  3. Fox at dusk
  4. Fox prowling at dusk
  5. Polecat
  6. Harvest mouse
  7. Great Argus
  8. Sunbird
  9. Kuching waterfront
  10. Sunset in Kota Kinabalu
  11. Brighton’s West Pier
  12. End of the first dance
  13. Brighton Royal Pavilion
  14. Iguaçu Falls