If you haven’t read the previous posts, I have spent the best part of my free time building a portfolio, where I focused on performance. These posts covered asynchronous and critical path CSS and Javascript.

Images for me is something I consider the most tricky part of building a website, particularly for a portfolio focused website. It’s important to display these images in the best quality and smallest file size you can.


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Part 2: Javascript without jQuery

This post covers how I used the opportunity to not use jQuery to further my Javascript knowledge, as well as the performance benefits gained from this. I found alternatives to…

My SVG workflow, from awkward to simple

Initially I thought it would be quite frustrating to get going with SVG, but after jumping in and seeing where I got it’s quite simple. Much better than exporting …

Understanding compass default variables

Compass has a handy feature to create default variables using !default in the same way you would use !important. Why is this handy? Well you can use them to manipulate…