Ticking away the moments that make up a dull day Fritter and waste the hours in an off-hand way Kicking around on a piece of ground in your home town Waiting for someone or something to show you the way I could certainly do with another five or six hours a day to fit in […]
The pie chart for this XKCD Comic is me all over, and I often feel as though I’m turning into the procrastination monkey Time tracking is one of those things that I just hate doing for a few different reasons. I spend more time trying to remember how I spent my time then doing something […]
Tonight I was privileged to make it to London web performance meet up to catch Doug Sillars @dougsillars talk about native app performance. Doug works at ATT In Seatle and showcased a free app that ATT develop to monitor native web apps…. think webpagetest.org but for native apps. I highly recommend checking it out at http://developer.att.com/ARO
This week the RWD Notebook proofs have gone to the printers and the covers are now done. Because there was so much red used for the covers (you can’t print the white text on a red stock, so it’s all red printed onto white stock) they need to dry for a few days before going […]
Sudo is usually the command that gets me past any permission issues on the server or my Mac. Usually.
Mobile apps go through a variety of what I would refer to as “Design” stages. In this article I”m not talking about the visual design of the application, that’s certainly not where my skills lie, but instead I’m talking about the functional design of the application, the user experience and the data required to make […]
Infinite soul healing was a site built for a sole trader small business with a very limited budget. The client was looking for something light and simple, and above all a website that was easy for them to maintain and create new content. Due to the limited budget the on going hosting costs would have […]
We built the website Responsive Web Design because there was a lack of centralised resources for web developers that wanted to learn more about Responsive Web Design.
Valentines Day is always a tough day. Do you get flowers, do you go out for dinner, do you just throw money at a shopping spree?
This year I decided to use some of the time I’m spending developing designs and typography and put it towards a poster design for my wonderful girlfriend Laura.
This project took inspiration from Nerdi.net and takes the form of a series of helpful tools that have been categorised in an easy to search layout grid with thumbnails, titles and descriptions.