I just finished a tutorial on Backbone.js Models, a follow-up to my tutorial on Backbone.js Views. This tutorial is for beginners to Backbone, a really great — though not perfect — technology for the web.
If you’re building a website where you have some data, as well as elements on your webpage that show that data, and you want changes to that data to change what you see on your webpage without reloading the page, … Continue reading →
Helped a dental office specializing in root canals to show how nice and comforting they are by making an all-new website replacing their old Flash-based one. It’s responsive and uses vector graphics so they look really sharp, even on retina displays.
While waiting to launch my most recent website, I walked the dog and noticed the moon had a corona, and I had to grab the camera and capture it. This is at 24mm on a full-frame camera. Next time I'll try my 11-18mm lens. You can’t actually see the rainbow colors just by looking at it — you have to photograph it and push up the vibrance and saturation to see it.