I’ve been working on this off and on, and I finally decided just to launch it since a) it will never be perfect, and b) I will not be getting significantly more free time any time in the near future.
Seven years later, responsive design has taken over the internet. To be fair, it matters a lot more now that we’re using tons of mobile devices. But it’s interesting to remember that lots of things don’t take off when they become possible, they take off when they matter.
We’re rocking custom fonts, just like the rest of the internet.
I’m using Grunt to automate everything I can. It compiles my scss, minifies my js, runs jekyll, and irons my laundry.
No longer served by Github Pages
I thought it was fun to use Github’s pages to host my site last time. Then I realized that it didn’t really matter because I’m paying for a VPS anyway. Also I’m doing all my compilation on my own with Grunt, so the fact that Github will run a Jekyll process on its side wasn’t really a perk anymore.
It is, of course, still on Github. You can check out the repo if you feel like it.
And actual posts, maybe
But no promises.