I make a lot of stuff, so this is an ever updating list of selected projects, roughly ordered from new to old.
A bare-bones CSS reset for modern web development.
Companies that work with ICE permalink
An open source list of companies that have, or currently work with ICE.
⚠️ Very new and in progress
A little Notion-powered blog that features Notion tips and tricks.
Global date and time permalink
It’s handy to see what time it is for you and every other major timezone sometimes, so I made a thing that does exactly that.
I really like music. I listen to a heck of a lot, so I share some of my favourite stuff on there.
⚠️ Very much a work in progress
A book where I teach you to write CSS from day zero. Sign up for updates.
A lightweight Eleventy starter kit with Netlify CMS pre-configured, so that you can one-click install a progressive, accessible blog in minutes. It also gives you a well organised starting point to extend yourself.
A skeletal Eleventy starter kit that gives you nothing but good ol’ HTML and an RSS feed. It serves as the ideal kick-off point for your projects.
My pal, Heydon and I teach you how to distill common layout problems into resilient, flexible layout solutions using good ol’ CSS.
A CSS newsletter which is a pickle jar full of curated CSS links to slick websites, animations, illustrations, and algorithms.
⚠️ Extremely under development
A (S)CSS boilerplate/framework that helps you get a solid structure with a handy utility/token class generator.
A tiny base component to guide you to a consistent Web Component authoring experience.
An interview series where I talk to web professionals about their beloved pets...and tech, I suppose.
A handy little tool that tells you info about a browser and generates an easily shared report. Handy for tech support and debugging.
NPM Uninstall Facebook permalink
A list of Facebook projects or projects that rely heavily on Facebook tech, with alternatives, so you can uninstall Facebook from your life.
I love personal websites, so I collect them!
Learning front-end development is tough and sometimes it’s helpful to ask someone a question. That's where Dev Pal steps in as your pal for help and advice.
Boilerform is a little HTML and CSS boilerplate to take the pain away from working with forms.