A blog about trying to make yourself better at making and designing websites. Also about random shit.
I've been bad at money my whole life, and I think it's about time I wore some adult pants and go on a personal journey to take a good hard l
Hey everyone! Today we're releasing a new episode of Friends Talk Frontend! It's a podcast where we talk to amazing people about their habit
Welcome to Tiny Web Wednesdays! It's where we talk a tiny bit about web development every Wednesday.I know I know. It’s a Thursday. But bett
A screenshot of PrivacyHeroes.io. It features six privacy-centered companies depicted as superheroes. What I love about the web is that
If you've ever written CSS before, you know that your code can get pretty unwieldy pretty quickly. Fortunately, variables can help you manage that complexity. So here are our options when it comes to using variables in CSS:
One of the things that genuinely got me excited about the web was CSS Animations. I was impressed at how you could use just a tiny bit of CS
Ten years ago, I took my first programming class at a university. We were learning C which is a programming language that's not particularly
The first time I told my doctor about my sleepless nights, my shallow breaths, and my heart continually pounding against my chest was about
I mentioned a few weeks back that I've been learning about web accessibility and mixing the things that I learned into my own work process.
Hey, everyone! We released the second part of our interview with Jeremy Keith. 🎉 You can download it on iTunes or on podcast stores near yo
I often make the mistake of equating productivity with self-worth, and that usually turns me into an anxious mess. I'm always looking for so
Accessibility is something that I didn't really give much consideration in the past. I've always thought that since I didn't know any people
I was listening to a podcast called Voice of Design, and in the first episode the hosts ask themselves: "What is the job of a designer?
Katherine and I had Vaidehi Joshi on our podcast Friends Talk Frontend yesterday, and we asked her about her learning habits while she was w
I find myself working with a lot of people on a project: other developers, other designers, content strategists, project managers, and stake
I think one of the hardest things to do—and it doesn't matter if you're just starting out or if you've been in the industry for years—is fin