I updated my portfolio today with an exciting project that was a real blast to work on, a new Viewbook micro-site for William Paterson University. This development project came to my by way of the fine folks over at FUSE, in good-ol’ Boston, Mass. The site uses some very cool design motifs and even cooler [...]
The realm of online data archival is speeding up and slowing down at the same time. What I’m referring to, of course, is one of Amazon Web Services’ newer offerings: Glacier. Glacier is a long-term data archival service from the fine folks over at AWS. It’s similar to their S3 (Simple Storage Service), but differs [...]
That’s right. Websites don’t actually do anything … people do. We sometimes forget that simple fact in the torrent of “Let’s make it do this, and that, and more of this and oh! wouldn’t *that* be awesome?” For as many cool features that we pack into our sites and applications, without users – nothing would [...]
Perusing my favorite web-geek sites this morning, I cam across a very exciting article on Smashing Magazine, Sneak Peek Into The Future: Selectors, Level 4. The article goes into much detail about many of the new selectors that are coming, but there is one that I’m particularly excited about: parent selectors. I can’t tell you [...]
It was pointed out to me, “How are people going to get in contact with you?…” Yeah, I forgot a Contact page – but that’s been rectified. If you need to get in contact, just go here.
It’s taken me almost three months, but I’ve finally gotten the new website up, running and filled with useful (ish) information. Keep watch on this blog for things that I want to share with everyone: triumphs, failures, things that I like and things that I don’t like. I’ll be posting tips, tricks, tutorials and other [...]