Couldn’t resist creating a
hamburgerHelper method to a hamburger menu 🍔
The hardest problem in programming is saying a word out loud for the first time in front of other people that you’ve read a million times but never heard anyone else say out loud.
This looks like a good starting point for working with service workers: Minimal viable service worker from Jeremy Keith https://adactio.com/journal/13540
I discovered crontab.guru. A simple way to visualize cron scheduling, for people like me that don’t get it 😉
My wife and I welcomed our first son into the world on February 16. I couldn’t be prouder 😍
It’s my first day as a front end developer at Mediacurrent. I’ll miss my friends at Up&Up, but I’m excited to join the new team and begin my remote work journey 🏡.
We soft launched the new Up&Up site today. A few bugs tagged this afternoon but for the most part it’s been smooth! 🚀🚀🎉
The University of Kentucky pushed live their new Undergraduate Admissions site with a theme I built for them last year. That bumps up the number of production UKY sites using Drupal themes a I built to 4! 🎉
New theme 😊
I pushed some updates to this site today, including a shiny new domain name, SSL, an email newsletter sign up on blog posts and of course some small style tweaks / bug fixes. Most of all I’m really excited about my new domain 🙃 and getting my SSL set back up (I’m self-hosting again).
Just discovered the very helpful focus-ring polyfill for removing unnecessary button outlines in a #a11y friendly way! 💯
In less than 2 weeks, this project went from a twinkle in our designers’ eyes to launch 🚀 http://findout.marian.edu/
current status: in ur site, jacking ur scrollz
Look who’s on the front page of CSS Tricks this morning 😎 ↓
working on an authoritative report on design systems and accessibility and our philosophy at Up&Up on them…aka a white paper.
Getting excited about a new article I’m writing! 📝 😀
thursday got me like
New homepage, featuring a css grid layout, and 100% more content!
Also, my watermelon seeds sprouted 🌱🍉
current status: trying to squash bugs without letting them squash me.
Implemented reflux.js in a project in just under an hour today. that was exciting 😁