.no-js Happens. Seriously.

I was one of those guys who did not really believe in the need for a .no-js class. After all, this is not the 90s anymore. Who browses the Web without Javascript these days? So one day, I was on this horribly packed train and decided to take a look at my fictions homepage. And […]

Creative Collaboration, and the Future of Work

A job interview I sat for a while back, for the role of frontend engineer. We’ve had about fifteen minutes of chat over the hottest frontend tools and processes any self-respecting frontend developer ought to know, and I decided to move on to the collaborative process between designers and developers: Me: So may I know […]

Designing Fictions, Part 1: Typography

Lately, I’ve found some time during my vacation to design my fictions homepage. And in the process, I started thinking that maybe I should share my design/development process, because there’s always something to learn from someone else’s process. I’m hoping that someone out there will find my process interesting, maybe even intriguing. Because designing a […]

Improvisation, Experimentation, and Art.

This other day, I was creating my first vector-based illustration on Sketch. The goal is to come up with a fitting illustration to accompany my short story. As the short story is essentially about communication, I started running a few ideas around my head. Communication in the modern context means smart phones and the Internet, […]

Art, Installation, and Envy.

Went to a gallery this other day and was able to gain exposure to, among others, Kwang-Young Chun’s installations. Mr Chun’s art (the ones I saw) consisted primarily of triangular plastic-foams wrapped in mulberry paper, tied with threads, and then glued onto panels. And there’s probably about thousands of these small items, intricately arranged in […]