I hope you’re doing well.
The past month has really flown by, but I suppose February always does! I’m deep into a client project at the moment, so it’s only a short one this month.
✨ Highlights from last month #
- Watched Stutz, Clarkson’s Farm 2 and Bridge of Spies.
- Published Feedbin > NetNewsWire, Safer Internet Day, Sleep on it.
- Spun up an instance of Umami Analytics for personal projects.
- Saw the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra perform Rachmaninov’s Second Symphony at Cadogan Hall.
- Redesigned the content area of Practical Hugo, but I still need to build it.
- Settled on a name for the micro agency I’m working on with Rebekka (more on that soon).
🕸 Elsewhere on the web #
“How could I do it as simply and easefully as possible?” Leo Babauta in We Make Everything Harder.
”Whatever you think is boring or ugly in your photograph today might quite possibly be the most interesting thing about the photograph in the future.“ Imperfect your memories from Austin Kleon.
How a minimum viable experience produces a resilient, inclusive end-product and Front-end is so much more than building designs. A couple of great articles from Andy Bell.
“Every complex thing I’ve ever built, I’ve later gone on to refactor into something simpler.” Chris Ferdinandi in Under-engineer.
Making this website carbon aware. If you’re not reading Fershad Irani blog right now you really should be.
Learn Privacy is a brand new course written by Stuart Langridge to help you build more privacy-preserving websites.
Keys To An Accessibility Mindset. Daniel Yuschick breaks down accessibility into four core principles, then offers three keys to developing accessible content.
Container queries land in stable browsers. Una Kravets explains how to use this exciting new addition to CSS.
🗓 What I’m up to this month #
- Writing content for Practical Hugo.
- Building my second Hugo theme.
- Climbing and skiing!
- Off to Hamburg, then Berlin to see friends and family.
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