Jul 2018Writing well is essential. Try your best to get good at it Read time: a little over four minutes.
Jun 2018You can now install Picobel using NPM Read time: roughly a minute and a half.
May 2017Recommended Listening: my favourite podcasts Read time: about five minutes.
Apr 2017Introducing Picobel.js – an audio player you can style with css Read time: something like two minutes.
Apr 2017I changed my site’s font to Comic Sans as an April Fool. It was a disaster. Read time: just shy of three minutes.
Mar 2017Living with Alexa: the problems with “voice” as an interface Read time: three and a half minutes.
Mar 2017What is a decibel, anyway? Read time: a little over six minutes.
Feb 2017Inline SVG icon sprites are (still) not scary. Read time: nine minutes, on the nose.
Feb 2017Getting to grips with SVG markup Read time: about three minutes.
Jan 2017Bullet Journal Revisited Read time: a little over five minutes.
Jan 2017Well-written HTML doesn’t need any styling. Except that it does. Read time: something like three minutes.
Jan 2017n-minute read: calculating an average reading speed Read time: five and a half minutes.
Sep 2016You are only as good as your README Read time: roughly a minute and a half.
Aug 2016Don’t turn your problem into your users’ problem Read time: less than two minutes.
Jan 2016Which do you choose: native app or web app? Read time: something like five minutes.
Dec 2015Notes from ThingMonk: Day Two Read time: six and a half minutes.
Dec 2015Notes from ThingMonk: Day One Read time: seven and a half minutes.
Aug 2015Why doesn’t everyone have an Internet Fridge? Read time: a little over six minutes.
May 2015Getting started with inline SVG icons Read time: six and a half minutes.
Sep 2014Inspirational Web People Read time: a little over seven minutes.
Feb 2014Fullpage screenshots in Firefox Read time: roughly a minute and a half.
Feb 2014Futura for the win Read time: about three minutes.
Sep 2013Simple is hard Read time: a little over four minutes.
Sep 2013A bullet-journal workflow Read time: something like three minutes.
I use this site as a lab when I want to grok a new technique. With no clients to interfere with my code, I can experiment as much as I like. I document my progress to cement things I’ve learned in my mind, but also hope it may help other developers.