Articles

A collection of my adventures through the worlds of art and technology. Expect a glimpse into my decision making, cool things I've learned, and ideas as they relate to design and the web.

Graduating Amid a Crisis

Posted on: 7 May 2020

The graduation ceremony, at least for me, is about putting the book end on a chapter of life, having a moment to celebrate that achievement, but most importantly to saying goodbye to our peers and professors who had become our friends, supporters, mentors and colleagues.

On a Modern Grid

Posted on: 23 January 2020

Back in October, Marvin Danig made a fantastic blog post on the state of responsive web design and the future of CSS frameworks. I wanted to continue some of his points and see how a responsive first grid system might look.

CSS Organization

Posted on: 6 December 2019

While researching best practices of CSS organization this past year for a huge UI project at work, I ran across several ideas and strategies to solve this problem. My goal here is to digest these ideas and formulate a more comprehensive approach to organizing CSS.

Code Comment Anchors

Posted on: 2 November 2019

One of the really cool plugins I found for VS Code is this tool called Comment Anchors. It’s a way of adding more visible, meaningful comments to your code. I’m a really big fan of writing documentation in the code itself, so its nice to have a way to highlight the most important notes.