Overcoming worries about working with accessibility in mind, thinking about maintaining performance, and enjoying joga bonito.
this week i have mostly been
Getting ready to deal with coronavirus related complications at home and at work, and photographing the world as seen by Google.
A series about what passes for masculinity these days, a hefty checklist of ways to improve performance, and delving into Crate 808.
A look at the various ways to properly label, discovering a new (but very ancient) city, and seeing names.
The impact of having vertigo for a month, looking at a potential design trend, and becoming a man in Leeds.
What happens when you try to rush the development process, the financial impact of not opening boxes, and keeping an eye on Coronavirus.
Some advice about how you can do your part to save the planet, looking at locusts, and finding out about the history of incubators.
Finally getting around to implementing a grid on this site, admiring manuscripts from the past, and a few words about Kobe.
The best freestyle rapper of all time, trying to do a nice thing and failing, and it's way too hot.
Some examples of how a little empathy has led to innovations in tech, why the kids are actually alright, and summarising why £1,000,000,000 is too much.
Revealing the full extent of the Mississippi River, playing with responsive typography, and having some words in a magazine.
Looking at what is really required to be accessible, revisiting some helpful console functions for JS, and admiring the House of the Bicentenary.