25th January 2019Jeremy Keith is one of those people who I could listen to on repeat and learn something new every time. So I was expecting a great start to the conference and boy did he deliver. Here are some notes that attempt to capture a glimpse of what the talk included.
25th January 2019I made a really simple tool to add bookmarks to my website from my phone.
Designing A Textbox, Unabridged external
22nd September 2018I wrote this article for Smashing Magazine as a way to explore how complicated the most seemingly simple of tasks can be. In it I create a textbox but go through a very exaggerated process of defining exactly how it should work.
4th July 2018
I felt it was time to freshen up my phone a bit, so I made some tweaks and used Wallcat's API to show a daily wallpaper on my phone to match my computer.
Only a matter of time external
18th July 2017An article I wrote for The Human In The Machine, about the subject of productivity.
4th July 2017I recently built a website for LimeMicro that gave a read-only view of their Ubuntu (white-labelled) App Store.
15th December 2016
Sometimes a slight hack can be better than reinventing the wheel.
First Steps in VR external
11th December 2016
I always enjoy reading 24 Ways each year so I was delighted to write my second article for them. 2016 is the year of VR so I wrote about how web folk can start creating virtual realities without a steep learning curve. I made a maze game that can be found on GitHub and there's also a live demo.
3rd November 2016I often learn little tricks as I work on different projects, and I figured it is about time I shared some. These are not necessarily the best ways to do it but just some things I have picked up while I work.
26th October 2016I previously wrote about the future of the web being much the same, but with a twist. My idea is that as the web grows it will essentially stay the same, a better version of itself...