Measuring the Mobile Experience

I gave a talk called “Measuring the Mobile Experience: The Analytics of Handheld UX” in San Francisco. Many thanks to the organizers of HTML5DevConf for letting me be a part of their technical conference.

Big Design 2015 – Conference Trip Report

I attended Big Design Conference 2015 here in the Dallas area. It’s a 3 day event that assembled 1000 designers, developers, content strategists, usability experts, game makers, and more! What a wonderful collection of big brains and

Off the Shelf Parts for Hackathon Build Night

Off the Shelf Parts for Hackathon Build Night Build night during hackathons are generally insane. Why? Because things don’t fall into place, time is short, and missing pieces aren’t found. Connecting the dots is

Code Quality Control Poster

Quality Control Confirming your code quality regularly prevents production exceptions and crashes. This is the title and pitch for my latest creation. A poster reminding me, and you, and us, that “you can help

JavaScript – The Universal Langauge

JavaScript is a Universal Language When it comes to web development JavaScript is everywhere you need it to be: On the front-end browser for user interactions On the back-end server for responding to data

Innovation is Stupid – Let’s Give it a Brain

Innovation is fascinating to me. Until a few years ago I’d never read nor said the word. Now I feel like my career is constantly observed through its lens. Here’s the problem – what

10 Tips for a Winning Hackathon Pitch

During the weekend of Mar 1st I volunteered at HackDFW. It was the biggest student Hackathon held in North Texas. I met many college undergrads, master students, and a few from high-school. After seeing them in

Stealing for Innovation

Innovation.  That word fascinates me. I literally never heard of the word until a few years ago, and now I feel as though I’m constantly viewed through its lens. I was so sure someone

My Top 5 Favorite Newsletter Subscriptions

I subscribe to many weekly newsletters that help me learn. You know how much content is published every week, day, hour, minute.  It comes from tweets, personal blog articles, corporate newsrooms, and formal journals.

10 Leadership Lessons from the 2500 Year Old Tao Te Ching

The Tao Te Ching is a Chinese text written over 2,500 years ago. This ancient work continues revealing modern messages every time I read it, and hopefully convey along to you. My first experience