Veerle Pieters has been a favorite designer of mine for many years. In this recent post she talks about how the latest version of her georgeous blog came to life
There comes a time when it's time to jump in with both feet on a new technology. For me now is the time with CSS Grid. In this article Rachel Andrew, editor in chief of Smashing Magazine, describes best practices, and some things that you probably don't need to worry about.
Great post from the awesome Andy Clarke on using the new CSS grid specification to art direct the layout of web pages.
Great post from Brad Frost on getting feedback from the indie web community.
Can Justice Ginsburg’s moving tribute to her friend Justice Scalia be an example to behave better... I hope so...
More on the evolving saga of the Hillary Clinton campaign logo...
My Design Deliverables presentation at UX Camp DC
A great presentation about some new ways to approach the design process and what design deliverables to present a client.
A selection of articles on html style guides.
Great post from Brad Frost on why static high fidelity wireframes are no longer the way to go. Instead create your wireframes in HTML and CSS. I have been doing this for a while now.
Some articles on typography and web typography.
A nice post from local Baltimore digital agency R2I that looks at what's coming up this year in web design and UX.
A great pressentation deck and list of resources from Lara Swanson, Engineering Manager of Performance at Etsy, on how to design for page load time.
Some articles about the evolving nature of our roles as workers in the digital space.
Apple's Sir Jony Ive gives his first in depth interview to John Arlidge of Time magazine.
Leadership, innovation, project management and creativity.
Some fine articles about life , productivity and finding balance.
Articles of interest on front-end web design, markup and performance.
First edition of the weekly articles of interest post.
My first attempt at Chef Keller's savory scones
I woke up craving the fabulous looking buttermilk biscuits I had seen while first exploring the book.