Clearly the greatest thing I’ve ever built. Ziggy is a good boy and a good mayor.
“Outside of a dog, a book is man's best friend. Inside of a dog it's too dark to read.”
Single page exploration of a virtual bookshelf. It's a showcase, a conversation piece, a recommendation device, and while I'm at in an experiment with advanced CSS.
Originally the invitation and RSVP management platform for our wedding. In it's complete, post-event state, it's a big photo gallery. Also the subject of Web Performance, Next.js, and the Institution of Marriage.
Create a personal email newsletter for yourself using blogs and individual authors. Great for updates from infrequent writers.
For years, junior devs were telling me that they have a hard time figuring how to make stuff happen in CSS. Floats didn't make sense, and good front-end developers seemed to have a library of tribal knowledge and tricks stowed in their heads, yet none of them could point to a book or comprehensive resource they used to learn it.
This is my attempt to create one. It's a series of examples, each one designed to express one or two concepts of how different properties can be used to build layouts and components.
If I ever go back to it I'd love to cover Grid, CSS variables, and new features like clamp.
A budget and checkbook app I made for myself and the subject of the blog post “Vanilla.” It's built around workflows: really fast data entry, and at-a-glance understanding of whether you're spending too much money on dog toys.
I made movies from 2006-2015. A simple, archival Django site for our film production collective.