We’re going to take a specific journey that was written for a project I worked on, examine who should be involved and break down the details so that we can examine why user journeys are useful, and how you can use them more effectively.
I recently decided to dive into learning React with a few courses and some experimentation. I had the aim of building a site in Gatsby.js as a test for building sites entirely in React. This is what I found out. This article was published on the gatsby.js blog.
In September I attended React London meetup at Facebooks offices near Kings Cross to hear Benjie Gillam, Faraz Khan and Robbie McCorkell talk about GraphQL and css-in-js strategies.
As a teenager, and on into my twenties, I developed a real affinity for existential philosophy, but one author that was never mentioned as part of that group was the Argentinian writer and translator Jorge Luis Borges. It wasn’t until I stumbled across a collection of his work eight years ago that I even heard of him.
Recently I found out that a close friend of mine whom I had lost touch with had taken his own life. This has had a great impact on me, and still saddens me every time I think of him. I want to share this to document our friendship and share some of the thoughts I’ve had since.
I wrote this post for the Indigo Tree blog. It’s aimed at a non-technical audience who want to get a grasp of the benefits of using JAMStack.
For a while now I’ve really enjoyed tinkering with animations as a way to bring a lot more quality to my projects. But as well as providing interactivity, I was curious to explore another way animations can be used in a project: to tell a story.
I wrote this post for the Indigo Tree blog. It’s a case study about how I reduced loading times on a site from 42 seconds (I know, right?!) to only 3 seconds.
For me, as well as a lot of others, CSS Grid is the most exciting thing to happen since CSS3 … possibly even CSS2. But many fear using it in production. This post tackles one common use case where a Flexbox fallback provides support for Internet Explorer and Edge.
I’ve enjoyed the music of Mike Oldfield since I was about 15. Wow, I’ve just realised that’s about 20 years. What makes me keep coming back to this artist? What tracks would I recommend if you wanted to get an overview of his work?