Repairing my phone so that I can spend the money buying photography gear instead! 😆 Using iFixit parts and guides made it easy, but the result was a little underwhelming.
A more monochromatic site redesign took me down a wonderful little rabbit hole of how colours impact UX and energy consumption on OLED displays
A wonderful, personal Swift blog that's full of interesting information for the aspiring Swift developer
When a regular expression failed to work as expected I almost renounced software development entirely. Warning: this post contains a vent.
A chance encounter at the supermarket leads to trying a new genre of photography whilst getting a bit tipsy!
A round up of the (many) changes that have happened over the past few weeks.
Ghost is a wonderful publishing platform but I wish it didn't offload so many features to developers and end-users.
Cinema informs my photos colour grading, and none moreso than the recent 007 films. Devan Scott breaks down the colours in SKYFALL and SPECTRE
An interview with ultra-runner and cyclist Joe Grant reveals a wonderful, intriguing outlook on life.
One day I'll build myself a cabin, and it'll probably look like this stunning one!
Peter McKinnon delivering a motivational suckerpunch.
How to protect content when building a membership site with Statamic, adding different membership 'tiers'.
Regular, incremental improvements can deliver incredible advancements — if you let them! I examine how focusing on the little details can improve your software and business.
Making analytics-lead changes brought us to a local maximum. Running a user survey helped me take the business to the next level.
How to build a basic membership site with Statamic 2 and the Charge add-on.
'Deep Work' by Cal Newport is an easy addition to my 'never get rid of' collection of books.
A data migration is always a horrible task, but migrating Wordpress' tangled content to clean markdown and YAML was a real test.
After two years at Bikesoup, I'm leaving for pastures new. Here's what I intend to get up to.
Is Apple shifting to more expensive devices that are more powerful, better made and last longer?
Pricing software is hard — and the right decision seems obvious — but CulturedCode shows that a conventional approach can still work.
Tachyons by Adam Morse was Tailwind's predecessor and introduced utility-first CSS to the world. Here's how I found it and slowly adopted the approach.