Filters in CSS

September 22, 2018 | blog


Filters are a pretty cool, powerful tool that can be used to apply a variety of effects – most commonly to images and backgrounds.

How to Get the most Value from a WordPress Site

September 20, 2018 | blog


There is quite a lot that clients can do to make sure that they get the most value out of their WordPress site – blogging and SEO are just the start.

After Launching: What is “post-deployment maintenance”, anyways?

September 19, 2018 | Uncategorized


In every contract I commit to, I offer post-deployment maintenance. It’s an important part of web-devbusiness that ensures happy clients & efficiency

The Functionality that htaccess Provides

September 17, 2018 | blog


Modifying the htaccess file can improve your SEO, can improve usability of your site, improve server response time, help save you headaches, and more.

The Weather Sucks: my newest pet project

September 14, 2018 | blog, featured


Not long ago, I got really frustrated with the way the weather app I used worked. I wanted to build something better looking, faster, & easier to use

Codier: Front-end coding challenges

August 21, 2018 | blog


Through some Reddit thread a while back, I was introduced to Codier, a collection of front-end coding challenges. It’s pretty cool but has one drawback.

Tool Reference

June 16, 2018 | blog


A Reddit Post encouraged me to start maintaining a list of useful resources for web designers/developers.

Semantic UI: A Light Review

February 11, 2018 | blog


In my previous posts, I outlined how I found working with Bootstrap and Bulma as part of a greater series on my company’s search for a new front-end framework. I’m now to working with Semantic UI and, though I like it, I’m not sold. The first problem I had with Semantic UI was that it […]

Bulma: A Light Review

February 9, 2018 | blog


In my previous post, I outlined how I found working with Bootstrap as part of a greater series on my company’s search for a new front-end framework. I’m now to working with Bulma and I really do like it. I really like how easy it is to get started, but there are some intricacies that […]

Bootstrap: A Light Review

February 8, 2018 | blog


In my previous post, I outlined what Gittr is looking for in a framework and how I’m going to go about finding it. This post is the first of 3 reviews. Overall Overall, Bootstrap has met my minimum expectations. I was able to build a good looking, responsive, adaptive, accessible, fast site. But it wasn’t […]