Tools of the Trade

Apps for Your Privacy

I have been getting asked a lot lately about privacy and  what apps will be most secure when browsing, searching or messaging on the net. Privacy seems to be becoming more and more of a must have thing. People these days like knowing they aren’t being snooped on or watched on...

January 16, 2017
Coding , Tools of the Trade

The Importance Of Salesforce

Many people might dismiss Salesfore as something that isn’t important; however, that being said as a front end web developer this is something you will encounter, and you should learn and fully figure out how to use. I won’t be able to post screenshots from the Salesforce Dashboards because it...

February 15, 2016
Coding , Tools of the Trade

What is SASS?

No I am not talking about being sassy, I am talking about SASS or Systematically Awesome Style sheets, which is quickly being adopted as the new way to code your style sheets. Yes, there is now a kind of sort of quicker to code style sheets. I would say this...

November 3, 2015
Coding , Tools of the Trade

Tools of The Trade: Codepen

Another week, another tool. I haven’t done one of these in a while, so I hope you can forgive me. But this week I have a very special tool for you. It’s called Code Pen. This is another tool that is for front end developers. Its more a interactive sharing...

November 16, 2014
Coding , Tools of the Trade

Tools of the Trade:Litmus

When you are a developer, you often have to do cross browser testing, or email testing cause sooner or later you are probably going to need to test it on multiple email clients from outlook to Gmail to even in some rare cases…lotus notes. Using a program like Litmus or...

July 27, 2014
Tools of the Trade

Tools of The Trade: Smashing Magazine

I get asked often what are some good design websites to follow. Probably one of my biggest and favorite ones that I follow is Smashing Magazine. Its a design website that puts out a great design book called “The Smashing Book“. This is definitely a book every designer should at...

June 29, 2014