I think I try to cut back on social media at least once a year, but I always eventually fall back into the social media and news trap. But I’m giving it a go again. I’m doing it because those regular quick check ins and rants give an illusion of connection to other people and life, and eats away at your ability to create and participate for real.Continue reading “Disconnect to connect”
A friend of mine complimented me on my tiny ‘rebrand’ on twitter (it actually began on Slack), which was very nice. So I decided to align the branding of this site with that.Continue reading “Cascading memories”
Do you remember when people first started talking about this new kind of industry you could get into: ‘New Media’, ‘Digital’, ‘Web Design’?
I do!Continue reading “Working in digital”
I’ve just returned to work after 2 weeks of holiday. Before I left, I decided that I had had enough of being addicted to looking at the endless feed of information and hysteria on twitter. It’s one of many bad digital addictions, and it ruins my ability to concentrate.Continue reading “An ode to information overload”
I think that most companies that say they practice Agile are kidding themselves.Continue reading “Are you Agile?”
And we’re back.
After running Jekyll for a few years, I’m back on WordPress. I just need to write, and easily from any device. I need a workflow that works from anyhwere.
So apologies if things look a little broken, this is a fixer-upper!
I have been doing full time UX for about 5 years, but I love keeping up with my frontend developer teams, and I’m fascinated to see how they work today.Continue reading “FEDUX”
Growing up I got into computers around the age of 7. I started with a ZX Spectrum +, then a +2, then an Atari ST.Continue reading “Computers and HTML”
Reusable, portable, rapid, infinite battery life.
So stoked that I found this page in an old notebook of mine. I used it when I went to the FOWD 2010 conference, and heard a talk by Ethan Marcotte that changed my whole approach to making websites.