Tyson is a friend of mine that was not happy with the template website cluttering of the modern web. We looked at wordpress/cloud cannon/squarespace and security/none developer friendly/customizable pushed us in the direction we ended up taking. He needed a simple minimal website that shows his work. The site speaks for itself and frames his amazing photography front and center.
I made a Chrome Extension for debugging layout on the fly. All you need to do is add a class, id, or selector. Concat them with a coma. It uses the power of sizzle syntax found in jQuery. Additionally you can apply a shader as well. This gives you a little peek as to how elements are layering in your window. The chrome extension is constently changing. Give it a shot! I would love your feedback. If you would like to contribute, here is the repo.
Celadon has been with Hellmoon for sometime now. We gave the site a small face lift to make the previous design mobile friendly. Rebuilt the site using Hellomoon's typography centric less system. My biggest take away was learning the power of inline-block.
Was one of two front end developers working to maintain the code base. Started out as a contractor and was hired on within 6 months. First big role with the company was to help facilitate Hybris enterprise CMS integration. Second big project was the redesign. We made a fully responsive ecommerce site using Yeogurt templating system. Introduced Trello to better organize our agile and diverse digital marketing team.
Device Info IO are a few tools I created to help fellow web developers and clients communicate about devices for accurete bug tracking. It started out as a bookmarklet and instructions on how to install them on all your devices. The company I currently work for relies heavily on browserstack. My bookmarklet is not easily installed in that environment, so I made a chrome extension that pulls the same data and copies it to your clipboard for easy use.
Often I create small personal projects. One such project is a simple note taker, which I made to be mobile friendly. Built the app to be minimal and simple. The first section with a plus sign is going to be the file name. The gray section is the body of your note. Once you're done typing the save button will prompt.