With a number of blog and social media authors writing up their individual year in review posts, I wanted to share some of my own thoughts on not just how 2022 went, but on how I hope 2023 to be a vast improvement. I can’t say that the past year went necessarily bad, but it did have its moments.
Not in the digestive “I ate-too-much cheese” kind of way, but more in the “where have all my ideas gone” feeling. A full-on creative block. It’s absolutely frustrating, because I know that the ideas are still there.
Every so often, I am asked about some of the steps I use to create my art. This blog post is a high-level look at my workflow, using one of my recent illustrations as an example.
This is going to be the easiest website accessibility tip that anyone will ever give you: Add the :focus psuedo-class to everything that has a :hover style in your CSS, so that keyboard users get the same visual goodness that you give people who use a mouse.
How you use language in your writing can dramatically affect the message that is received by your audience. This is especially true for new visitors to your website that aren’t familiar with your personality.