Exploring CSS Shapes (in-depth)

CSS Shapes is an emerging web content layout feature that will eventually transform web design. CSS Shapes will bring us closer to the flexibility of text and images in ways previously only possible in print media.

Benefiting in someone else’s backyard

I spend a lot of my free time on YouTube. Lately, I’ve been using it as a resource to learn about self-producing videos – one of my primary objectives for this year.

Having fun with CSS Shapes

The web has really pushed the envelope of creative freedom and visual layout possibilities. Today, we’re able to design interfaces and presentations free of the limitations and hacked workarounds we’ve all had to accept as compromises.

Why I’m on board with Buffer

Buffer and Hootsuite are two of the most well-known services for orchestrating communications across multiple social media accounts, and assessing their effectiveness through analytics.

The Edge browser is going Chrome

Microsoft has announced a major, forthcoming change to their Edge browser for Windows 10, one that will significantly impact the web experience for all of us (in a good way!). The desktop version of Edge will soon be based around Google’s Chromium open-source web browsing …

Avoiding ICOs and blockchains… for now

If you’re a freelance marketer with competent copywriting skills, you’ve likely encountered the gold mine today that is the ICO and blockchain craze.

What really complicates web development?

It’s very common knowledge that web development today is far more complicated than ever before. That’s largely attributed to the fact that we’re creating not only websites, but web applications that do far more than communicate information, or entertain.

Marketing can’t save bad products

This year, I encountered three different presentations on marketing in three different conferences, with a common refrain among them.

Let’s dispense with stock artwork

All over the web and social media these days, an article, blog post, or any other written content is accompanied by an image. Specifically, a stock photo or graphic.

The allure of WordCamps

I’ve attended four WordCamps in 12 months. They’re absolutely fantastic, and I would participate in many more of them if I could.