Blog

Very much a work in progress. I am working on bringing in some old posts from other blogs in the past.

16 July 2022 Coffee time!

Calcluate how much water to use when you're making coffee

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12 July 2022 Creating a pseudo-search lookahead function with JS and Jekyll

Making a static site seem less static with some fun JS

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11 July 2022 Why I used Jekyll to build this website

Am I practical, pragmatic and prescient? Or perhaps perpetually behind the curve? Yes. Some thoughts on Jekyll and what I might do different next time.

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7 February 2020 Ada Accessibility: The Right Thing To Do

Why should we care about WCAG Compliance on the web?

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21 August 2019 For campaign's sake

How can a marketing team prepare their digital properties for a large campaign?

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14 May 2018 Creating Useful Style Guides for Web Projects - Part 2

In part two of two, we'll explore different ways to create styleguides and what works and doesn't about each method.

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18 April 2018 Creating Useful Style Guides for Web Projects - Part 1

We explore the use of style guides and how they can help in all aspects and phases of a digital project by minimizing ambiguity and setting definable parameters that can be validated and tested against.

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