Making Drupal more editor friendly: admin/content modifications

Here's a few things I've learned along the way to make Drupal a little more editor friendly. When appropriate, I will show how these improvements fit in with Nielsen's ten usability heuristics. Make admin/content work for your editors Recently I was explaining to a client how to edit pieces of content on their site. The [...]

Follow up on scalable, maintainable CSS

I wrote down some ramblings about this subject a while back after first reading about it through @mrmrs on Twitter. The idea of single function CSS classes was weird and seemed unnaturalย at first, but I was very intrigued. I considered this idea around the same time I was realizing that, at work, I basically keep [...]

Thoughts on scalable, maintainable CSS This post is heavily inspired by the article referenced in the above tweet. If you haven't already read it, stop what you're doing and go read it. Every once in a while you come across a post that challenges your assumptions and makes you take a step back and evaluate your process. I know [...]

Thing one thing I don’t understand about Google Photos

UPDATE (10/4/18): After purchasing a Google One account and seeing how Photos was using almost 5GB of my storage quota, I finally figured it's time to see why this is happening. I'm pretty sure if you had a bunch of photos on Google+ when it transitioned to Google Photos, your photos counted against your Google [...]

Lake Placid timelapse

In the playlist below, there are 4 time lapses that I took while vacationing in Lake Placid. My wife and I stayed at the High Peaks Resort and these time lapses were taken from our balcony. Equipment/tools used: Nikon D5100, Amazon basics tripod, Adobe After Effects I shot all the photos as RAW, then [...]