It was a cold morning… October 17th, 2007. It was the day when I bought my first Mac. A 24″ aluminium iMac. I was so excited. The beginning of something new. Something that -everybody promised me- was going to be the beginning of something magical.
If you start your career as a freelancer, it all comes down to this: Work hard & be brave. Some other things I learned are written down here… For those of you who might be thinking about starting your own digital (freelance) business.
I’m the kind of guy who cares about specific principles. What I mean by that is: I want things to be done in a certain way. Sometimes because their methodically correct, other times because I know for a fact that a given approach is rock-solid and clears me of any impending cross-browser problems or other bugs.
We are already a few weeks into 2015 but like every other year, I like to set myself a few goals to complete every year. I’ve found this..
So here we are then… The last day of 2014. The countdown to 2015. However did we get here so fast? January is only 2 days ago. You know..
Let me tell you a little story, about what happened to me over the past 12 months.
About a year ago, I was sitting on our couch at night,..
Mike Beeple Winkelmann –aka the God of #everydays– was so kind to run a screen-capture of his #everyday. Pretty cool as his render of..
Some of you might know, but about a year ago I participated in the #everydays-movement: Create a 3D render from scratch every day and..
But it’s not what you probably expected an Apple addict to buy. I actually bought a relatively old product: A Nike+ FuelBand SE. My..
Yesterday Apple announced the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6+. Those new iPhones will sport a 4.7″ screen and a 5.5″ screen. But what many..
Let’s just say you were about to have the most important meeting of your life. A meeting that will possibly change everything about your..
I have spent a great amount of time over the past few months building all kinds of WordPress sites, plugins, themes and whatnot. There..
Almost a decade ago, during the middle of the summer-vacation, my whole life fell apart in the matter of weeks. My then-girlfriend left me for another guy. Here’s a short story of what I learned from it.
Today I leared about ARIA and aria-haspopup. This is a W3C spec to facilitate some touch/rich media stuff. Pretty interesting actually!
Like many front-end developers, I’ve found that I could actually harness the power of my computer to actually do stuff for me. Grunt.JS does all kinds of stuff and tasks for me while I go about the business of actually building stuff. I’ve built my own setup and shared it on Github!