How much traffic is a lot of traffic for a DigitalOcean droplet? I test out a couple different heavy traffic scenarios with CloudFlare and WordPress.
When you’re building out a website with full-width background images, you’ve probably run into an issue with resolution and size. Screens are getting huge, and images keep getting larger. But how large is too large for images?
Did you know there exists a native HTML solution to those beloved Autocomplete widgets? It’s called datalist, and you can use it today (sort of).
I took part in a worldwide Hackathon called Static Showdown. It was a lot of fun, and here is a writeup about it (with a link to the game we made).
If you know anything about me, you probably know that I’m madly in love with MailChimp. Their email templates are responsive out of the box, and their drag-and-drop editor is to die for. But what about when you can’t use MailChimp?
I’ve made a lot of changes to my web development workflow recently, and doing so made me reflect on how much my process has changed in the last 12 years. I have written these changes down for you here.
I’ve been doing a lot in the command line lately, so I’ve gotten to use the tar command quite a bit. Here are a few useful tips that helped me get started.
I’m kind of obsessed with film composers. Here’s a reason why Hans Zimmer and Mozart are awesome.
While redesigning this site, I was inspired by Dave Rupert’s About page. Dave has built a responsive HTML timeline, and I thought, “Hey, that’s pretty neat.” After playing around with the design, I decided I wanted to integrate it into my Wordpress site. Here’s how I went about it.
Care to see a sneak peek of the trailer for the 48 Hour Film Project film in which I took part?