Blog July 25, 2021 Variants Thoughts on traveling the sacred timeline. April 6, 2021 Extreme Makeover Homepage Edition I am the Ty Pennington of Lighthouse scores. March 25, 2021 Cool CSS Turning my CSS methodology into the last framework I'll (hopefully) ever have to build. January 1, 2021 2020 Well, that sucked. October 22, 2020 Why I Love Modern Warfare (Again) Once more into the fray. October 14, 2020 Extra Life 2020 Our seventh year of helping sick children. July 23, 2020 Goodbye, Groupon Leaving the longest job I've ever held. July 6, 2020 Simple Groupon Demonstrating the power of design tokens for a hackathon. May 4, 2020 Why I Love Animal Crossing A small comfort amidst a pandemic. April 13, 2020 Quarantine Diary 1 Notes from a pandemic. January 31, 2020 My Year of Film My attempt to watch one film per day in 2020. January 1, 2020 2019 A look back at 2019. October 8, 2019 Extra Life 2019 Leveling up fundraising in year six! June 27, 2019 Why I Love Dark The best show on Netflix you (probably) haven't seen. May 16, 2019 Don't Let Your Engineering Team Bleed Out Thoughts on being a CSS medic. April 24, 2019 What's Next? Am I having a mid-life crisis? March 14, 2019 Why I Love Slay the Spire My latest video game obsession is killing my productivity. February 18, 2019 Why I Hate Battle Royales The latest trend in video games is not for me. February 14, 2019 Ryan Reflections on being a new dad. January 15, 2019 500 Episodes My favorite podcast celebrates 10+ years. January 1, 2019 2018 A look back at the longest year in history. October 17, 2018 Should Painters Sculpt? In which I ponder that age old question. September 7, 2018 Driving Your Design System with Tokens Design tokens are the key to a maintainable, cross-platform design system August 26, 2018 Four Years It's been awhile. October 23, 2014 Extra Life for Lurie Children's Hospital I'm playing video games for 24 hours to honor my daughter, Olivia. August 10, 2014 CSS at Groupon A look at our CSS frameworks at Groupon. July 9, 2014 Building a Dream Team My beef with the term "full-stack developer."