Introducing Zero Brand

TL;DR: I’m shutting down my personal shop and opening Zero Brand — a new storefront with garments, prints, and accessories exclusively designed for people who appreciate CC0. All designs will be available to download and are distributed without copyright for use in the public domain.


2021 Year in Review

This year was one of the most exciting and productive in recent memory. I’m excited to use the momentum from the latter half of 2021 to kick start 2022. But before I dive headfirst into the new year, I thought it would be fun to look back on the past twelve months to get a sense of where I’m heading.

04/21/2021  • link

The Minimal Twitter Chrome extension from Thomas Wang will change your Twitter experience for the better. This theme simplifies the new Twitter UI, removing the border on the main feed, hiding navigation labels, trends, and search. It’s elegant and simple — just what Twitter should be. 10/10.

02/22/2021  • link

Josh Comeau is back at it again, with another great breakdown of z-index. This tutorial is written for front-end developers of all experience levels. Especially folks who have struggled with z-index issues before.


Goals for 2021

I recently published my 2020 Year in Review, in which I briefly touched on my goals for the coming year. As promised, I’ve put together a list of things I’d like to accomplish in 2021.

01/17/2021  • link

This tutorial walks you through how to set up a development, staging, and production environment for your Shopify theme. On top of that, you’ll use GitLab to track changes and auto-deploy the theme using a GitLab CI pipeline. 10/10 would recommend.


2020 Year in Review

Although the bright spots were few and far between in 2020, even in darkness, there is light. Here’s a recap of my year and where I’m headed.


Local by Flywheel

As a designer who loves to code, I’m often asked about my local WordPress development environment. I use several apps and frameworks, so I decided to break things down into a multi-part series to cover each one individually.


Dotties by Kyle Letendre

I’m a sucker for a well-designed, full-bodied typeface. And Dotties is without a doubt one of the freshest font combos I’ve seen in a while.