When completing a new project I often forget things and then struggle trying to remember what I forgot. As such I wanted to create a personal website checklist to fill out everytime that I think that I am done with a project.
"Just Build Websites!" is the montra of my favorite web builder Chris Coyier. I have found that no words are more true in the web creation industry. Looking back at sites from two years ago to two weeks ago and you find just how much you have learned from the latest project. What used to take me weeks, I can now accomplish in a day.
A common practice in front end web design is the Carousel. It helps to smoosh a large amount of (usually visual) content into a relatively small amount of page. In the past I have resorted to plugins to accomplish this goal, but recently I wanted to make a full stab at writing the backend to a carousel. I decided to use jQuery and CSS as they are the two languages I have been using most lately.
I design and develop fancy web sites. Create, program, design, user interface, front end and back end. I am an all-in-one web guy who loves what he does and is always learning more.