Journeying inward, not upward: this post shares how “Westworld” provides a unique perspective on helping the folks on your team become the best versions of themselves.
Values are the context for your culture. In this piece, I try to demystify “trusting your heart” by sharing that “your heart” is simply the things that matter most to you—your values.
An excerpt from my contribution to Smashing Book 5 on efficient responsive process.
Every project requires compromise—every compromise has a cost.
My defense of the idea that we care too much about how we get to great work, and not enough about actually getting there.
A bit of advice for what to do when your project is falling apart.
A few ideas about the things that are slowing your project down and how to shape your project to avoid them.
A few thoughts on how the people you start with are rarely the ones you end with.
How difficult situations can make you and your relationships stronger.
A few thoughts around managing the many roles we are asked to play.
A simple piece, encouraging you to write more.
Some thoughts on earning your heat and learning from the past.
A walk-through of some things we’ve learned trying to foster an environment where our team can collaborate.
Dissecting the design process for a modern Web.
A look at how older sites can still benefit from responsive techniques.
My answer to the often-asked question, "How many breakpoints should I use?"
A tutorial on how to use responsive techniques on older sites.
Are off-canvas layouts a shiny new tool ripe for abuse? Just posing a quick question for us to consider.
An explanation of my 30,000 foot view of our industry’s current state as it relates to responsive web design.