Announcing A Field Guide to Flexbox

I created a weird resource a couple years ago that continues to be my most popular creation to date, a Flexbox Cheatsheet Cheatsheet; I still use this often myself. I’ve been asked several times if there is a printed version of this and recently decided to revamp the project…

CSS Animation Classes For Kids, Class 2

This is the second class of a three series CSS animations for kids series; the first class and additional series details can be found here. All original teaching materials for these classes are open source, so please feel free to use them as is for copy and customize to your…

Sass FUNction Demos

I’ve been looking for mini mental distractions from our current political emergency a lot lately, which I have found through Sass and animations. Sass is incredibly powerful and I still find myself in awe of its potential. I set out to have fun with some areas that I don’…

CSS Animation Classes For Kids, Class 1

In a couple weeks I’ll begin teaching a short series of classes at a local middle school focused on getting started with CSS animations. I cannot wait. I will be publishing a blog post for each class and open sourcing all materials, to include: agenda, slides, teacher notes, demos,…

Intro To Writing SVG And Tuts+ Town Workshops

Recently I spent some time gathering all my in-person workshop materials into single GitHub repositories for “Intro to Writing SVG” and “Tuts+ Town: Creating Our First Website” and thought I would share some details on these. Each workshop has a full and mini version to accommodate different time blocks I…

Gathering Design Thinking Insight With Evaluations

I spent a lot of time over the past year and a half writing evaluations based on existing designs. I try to use each review as a teaching opportunity and am sure to take the experience of reading the review into account. I enjoy these; I’m proud of them…