By day, I serve a group of fantastic engineers at Pindrop.
By night, I fight crime and solve mysteries with a robot pal of my own creation.
By midday, I like a snack, generally a cookie.
Part of this biography isn't true (hint, I like cookies and engineering, I don't own a robot).
Category Archives: Web design
A rundown on my new “less is less” design and my use of the Balsamiq wireframe tool and the Blueprint CSS framework. Continue reading
You wouldn’t know it by looking at this site, or the HTML behind it, but I actualy started off life as a Web designer for [my college paper](http://themaneater.com). So even though my [day job](http://www.ajc.com) revolves around application development, caching strategies, … Continue reading
Today, something totally unprecedented happened. I. Clicked. On. An. Ad. I was updating my weight and nutrition info in [Gyminee](http://gyminee.com) and I was served the relevant and targeted ad seen here: I’m on a fitness and weight loss site, and … Continue reading
Far be it from me to be a [nattering nabob of negativity](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spiro_Agnew), but in all the Web 2.0 euphoria (I hate that name, BTW), let’s not forget about graceful degradation. Let’s examine the discussion between Web 2.0 and Web 1.0 … Continue reading
Hauntingly beautiful and inspiringly correct, a must read for all Web professionals: [Understanding Web Design](http://www.alistapart.com/articles/understandingwebdesign)
“The user-generated content would create the site.” (via Laura)
It’s not as if the midwest contains America’s liver and large intestine…
Wherein I recount with glee that Dreamhost now supports Rails and FastCGI Continue reading