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Infographic: The Impacts of Technology on the Environment

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Infographic: Biofuels

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Infographic: Rates of Reaction

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Implementing Jekyll

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Recently, I reflected upon my school's BBC Young Reporter (previous name BBC School Report) website:
I decided that the design was very outdated, and when I originally designed it, my design sense wasn't quite up to scratch. Thus, I redesigned it with Google's newly released Material Design 2.0. I really like this design language, but found it difficult implementing it on a static site, hosted on GitHub Pages - which means I can't install it locally to the server using npm i material-components-web, which is the recommended method. I had to use, therefore, the procedure detailed in this post. The process for adding an article to the site was also very long-winded, involving placing the article content in two sets of HTML, then placing that HTML on three or more pages. I was not at all satisfied with this, so, with the BBC Young Reporter day coming up (6th March), I set out finding a new way to add articles.

When I first set up my website, I came across Jekyll, but deci…

Infographic: Electromagnet Radiation - Its Uses & Dangers

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Infographic: The Archerfish

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Here is an infographic about the archerfish, detailing what it must do to catch its prey, how it accounts for refraction and gravity, and how it uses fluid dynamics to ensure maximum impact when its water jet hits its prey.

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