As someone who has only ever ventured into Crypto by buying it through a Coinbase app the whole process of getting into NFTX has been a long and confusing one. The good news is that I’ve hit every snag you could have, so I’m here to take you through the steps if you decide you… Continue reading Beginners guide to buying NFTX
So this is pretty much the most depressing thing that I’ve come across this year (we’re only 5 days in mind you). TimeStripe takes a look at how long you’ve lived and how much time you’ve got left (assuming you live until 80). While I hope for quite a few years past my 80th birthday,… Continue reading Time Stripe
I came across this twitter account while going down a rabbit hole of linked tweets at 1am this morning. The images are super simple but do a great job of supporting the content that go along with them, here are some examples below. Constraint increases creativity This is something that I tend to hear from… Continue reading Visualising Value
We’re now past seven months of working from home and I’m finally getting around to getting a better work from home setup. I started in the way that a lot of people will have begun lock down — working at the dining room table. When the schools closed and the kids, aged 7 and 4,… Continue reading Work from home office changes
I would love to do a series of notebook covers that contain the history of Polaroid Cameras. Portfolio of vector illustrator Peter Greenwood, he specialises in bold, colourful vector illustration for advertising campaigns. — Read on folioart.co.uk/illustrator/peter-greenwood/
One of the great things about WordPress is the easy nature in which you can have multiple contributors, or authors, working on a single site. Each author has their own archive page and a list of all the articles that they’ve written in the past. It’s something that comes default with WordPress and it’s one… Continue reading Supporting Multiple Authors in an Eleventy Blog
Bootstrap 5 alpha!
I really like this experiment from Jordan Moore on changing the scroll pattern on his website. While it goes against the users expectation, it does make you take a bit more notice of the page. Some key things to consider moving forward with this would be… Handling RTL content How does mouse scroll behaviour work… Continue reading Horizontal scroll on the web