This is a collection of some of my favourite (and most useful) posts I’ve written. If you like what you read and want me to write for you, you can hire me to guest post.
A super practical workflow for choosing a color palette for your website. You'll get the color theory—without learning the theory. Try it in your next project!
Remote working is great, you get to skip the commute and work in your pyjamas (if you want). But sometimes it makes working with clients a bit tricky. Find out how you can make the process as smooth as possible.
For the last few years we’ve been hearing a lot about designing patterns, not pages in web design. But these cost money to create so how can we convince our clients to invest in a style guide?
Speaking is scary (and mighty hard) but the rewards are incredible. I was extremely
nervous terrified but I did it and here are 5 lessons I learned along the way.
Startups are taking over the Internet. It’s like we have an idea for everything and a website to go with it. How can you ensure that your startup’s website is a cut above the rest?
Typography can be tricky. It can also make or break your website. This is an extensive article providing practical tips you can implement instantly to improve your typography.
It was predicted that native apps would die out. But with the rise of the hybrid, can we now have the best of both worlds? Find out which is best for your product.
Dashboards are one of the most used pages in any web app. Often it can be tricky to know what needs to go on these pages and, more importantly, what needs to be taken out.
When starting out as a designer (or anything) you will always have about 2 years of being an amateur. The simple act of getting feedback can help leap-frog you into the professional world.
Some people get all the luck. But do they really? Or do they just have a different outlook on life? I explore a possibility that we are more in control than we think.
Productivity is a hot topic at the moment and something I’ve been researching & experimenting on. Find out the 4 changes that have significantly increased my productivity this year.