A short and personal history of building web pages.

TL;DR This is my journey, shared so you can learn from the mistakes I’ve made, from HTML vomit to clean(er) responsive and progressive web pages, built on frameworks of HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript5. Done in the hope that you aren’t making then same mistakes. Continue reading A short and personal history of building web pages.

James Signs, built as a custom Ruby on Rails CMS site

Newly launched is the web site of Toronto based http://www.James-Signs.com, a designer and manufacturer of signs and graphics for a variety of applications for both standard stock-type signage and accessories but also catering to the individual needs of a diverse Continue reading James Signs, built as a custom Ruby on Rails CMS site