Monthy newsletter for web developers interested in keeping it simple with Jamstack technologies.
Could the Lean Web Principles be the answer to the bloated, over-engineered mess we know as the web?
The pursuit of simplicity – the point at which it’s no longer possible to improve something by means of substraction.
Packing up and moving countries has forced us to consider the importance of the things we own. Clearing out can be cathartic, helping you reduce stress and find your focus.
Ehsan Noursalehi takes a historical look at interfaces to learn how they allow us to utilize information in powerful ways that can fundamentally change what it means to be human.
Does the default option or standard use the least amount of energy possible? Brian Louis Ramirez explains how defaults can be used to save energy and thereby reduce CO₂ emissions in technology.
Working with Sanity and Eleventy, dealing with information overload, how to create privacy-friendly video embeds (yes it’s a thing!) and a new platform for really good free fonts. Who doesn’t like free fonts.
The last few weeks I’ve been working with Sanity again, this time paired with Eleventy for the front-end. I’m absolutely loving it.
Over the holidays I decided to change the format of my newsletter from weekly to monthly, mainly so I can spend more time creating content.
The time has come to make some changes to the format of my newsletter. Find out what those changes are and why I’ve decided to make them.
Once a month I curate a newletter for designers and developers interested in CSS, Jamstack and keeping it simple. Check out past issues to get an idea.