This website is my place for writing about the web and software product management. If you like what you read and would like to stay up-to-date, you can subscribe to my RSS feed.
It's also a home for my side projects like Lanark: a font in one weight that's inspired by Alasdair Gray.
If you are curious about why this site looks the way it does, you can read a bit more about the decisions I made to put it together.
And if you'd like me to speak at your event, I'd love to hear about it. Please drop me an email with the details.
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A List Apart
I wrote something and it's been published on the seminal website, A List Apart.
Would you do it again?
How do you measure success? How do you know which metrics to track? And how do you decide what the benchmark is for defining success? Jason Fried has a very simple but very effective method.
Dave Rupert tweeted about Blacklight today — a tool that reveals how much tracking takes place on websites.
Podcast Appearance No.1
I recorded a podcast for The Human Centric Design Network (https://www.thisishcd.com/) today
Book Review: World Wide Waste by Gerry McGovern
Gerry McGovern’s recent tweets and blog posts about digital waste and earth-centric design really resonated with me. I was very pleased to get the chance to proof-read some drafts of the book before publication and this is my review of the finished article.
More posts can be found in the archive.