Recently I finished listening to Atomic Habits by James Clear. Similar to when we break down services or development work one of my biggest take away was: If you want to form a habit start with the smallest thing. If we think about the two extremes: ...Read more about that writing habit
Some time ago now I started moving some articles from medium to this blog when doing this I realised I had completely broken my own links when I moved from Jekyll to eleventy. It wasn't a platform disappearing it was a mistake with one line of code. ...Read more about my very own digital rot
After three attempts I've given up trying to write a 2019 review post. It has been a year of arkward team conversations and JFDI. It hasn't all been bad, the teams I have worked on have been resilient, held the course, and ultimately got the right re...Read more about the opportunity
Sometimes on a service team, the ebb and flow of sprints will break down. Largely I've seen this happen because the team is caught up in the now and loses focus on the next. The now is important, but the now quickly becomes yesterday. A team needs to...Read more about the now, the next and the next next
It seems odd that the last post on my blog was about going from ghost to Jekyll over a year old! That isn't to say I haven't blogged, On a team who is responsible for accessibility? working with templates What is a component in a design system? Story...Read more about blogging the blogs
There is always a slightly weird moment on most teams I've worked on where a conversation happens about who is responsible for accessibility. The truth is no one person is responsible for accessibility, we as a team are responsible. It should be a pr...Read more about On a team who is responsible for accessibility?