A chance encounter with a former co-worker leads to a quick freelance gig that would define my style of work for years to come.
A rock in my parents’ backyard, eight months of acupuncture, and a household chore share a common thread of being the catalyst for thought.
I detail my experience working with Dropbox to build an adaptive website that provides a unique experience across mobile, tablet, and desktop.
Not one to turn down a challenge, I accept a freelance gig with an identical deadline to another job with the same client. Feel the burn-out.
An extended transcription of my CreativeMornings talk about my dad, his work, and how he turned me into the maker I am today.
I collaborated with Casper to build the animations for their new homepage. In this post, I share the story from initial call to launch.
After five years of running my own startup, I experience my first panic attack, which leads me to course correct my life in favor of good health and stability.
Almost a decade after my post about using Photoshop’s checkered pattern for loading images, I revisit the code to refactor it for the modern web.
After one week without Twitter and Instagram, I wrote about my experience so far, which has been so beneficial that I wonder if I’ll ever reinstall them.
I feel unhealthy about how I use Twitter and Instagram, scrolling through them only to feel caught up, so I’m deleting both off my phone and taking a break.