Struggling to stay in the zone? Meetings. Chat. Interruptions. Distractions. Open offices. There has to be a better way. So we wrote a book to help developers like you get into the zone, and stay there. Accomplish more while finding space to think and recover.
A self-published book including all digital formats, a self-recorded and produced audiobook, and related resources to help others build and run their own SaaS business with less pain and fewer mistakes.
The team at Gatsby needed someone to interview customers doing interesting work with Gatsby and share their stories and use cases to illustrate the flexibility of the platform.
While working at Postmark, I wrote a number of articles about transactional email configuration, copywriting, and related best practices to help developers better understand the black box of email.
A cohesive mini-site to help Sifter’s customers and potential customers gain a more holistic understanding of the long-term value of higher quality software and why it was invariably worth it to create more consistent and reliable processes for managing issues.
For a couple of years as CSS and Web Standards were becoming more established, I wrote a column for Digital Web Magazine that explored topics related to front-end development.