Posts in this section go back to 2000. Mostly web, and web business related.
A short review of Gauges, a real-time site analytics tool that I use to understand what is happening on my websites right now.
Announcing my new book published by A Book Apart – Get Ready For CSS Grid Layout.
A review of what I have been doing in 2015 and where I want to go in 2016.
Pre-launch announcement of an online version of my CSS Layout workshop, plus details of why I have chosen to host the material myself using the new Perch Shop and Runway.
Video and example code from my talk about Flexbox and Grid at Fronteers this year.
On my return from San Francisco and An Event Apart I found a copy of Tiffany B. Brown’s CSS Master book waiting for me. I acted as technical reviewer for the book so here is a short review of my highlights.
Thinking back over the past three years of writing and speaking about the CSS Grid Layout Specification.
Some simple examples of the Box Alignment module as it applies to Grid Layout.
Thinking about where confidence comes from, when there is so much we just don’t have time to learn.
Some thoughts on modern CSS layout, and the potential for our new layout tools to cause as many problems as they solve.
My presentation on CSS Grid Layout from the lovely CSS Day conference is now live on Vimeo.
Thoughts on the updates to the Level 1 Grid Editor’s Draft that add column-gap and row-gap properties.
Some thoughts on how different conferences and their audiences are, and some ideas on how you can craft talks that meet the needs of those audiences.
Video, slides and resources from my presentations at Smashing Conference LA and Future Insights Live in Vegas
While the campaign to exempt micro-business from VAT MOSS seems to be getting results, there is still a belief that magical code can fix this mess. I take a look at that.