Another year, another “Year in Review” but this time, in a more fitting format.
notlaura.com v4 is in the works.
A quick share of what I consider a significant win for Larva, the design system I started at PMC that is now a very official thing at the company.
What happened in 2019? Lots of good things and some not as good things. This post is mostly about the good things in my life!
I have at long last revived my email list! Sign up to receive a monthly monster + feed of recent blog posts in your inbox. What a sweet deal!
My talk and I are going on tour this summer! In other words, I submitted to a bunch of conferences and got into some of them. So stoked!
I am in the midst of a driving across America, from Los Angeles to Pittsburgh. That’s right: see ya later, Los Angeles, I’m moving back to Pittsburgh!
This is the first official installment of a new tradition, Binary Birthday, where I re-learn binary every year on my birthday and express my new age as 1s and 0s.
Wowww…so much cool stuff has happened in the past month! This installment of Designgineering Chronicles is full of milestones and an outline of a some real deal system architecture for a project underway, code-named Cantaloupe.
2018 was an A+ year for me. Here’s a bona fide “Year in Review” post that I will continue to update in the coming weeks!
Another installment of Designgineering Chronicles jam packed with information! IndieWire launched with the pattern library, and we are in full pursuit of the holy grail: sharing markup between the library and production theme.
This is the second in a potentially ongoing series about my work at PMC as a Design Engineer. This month was full of lessons learned about working at a big company, building out a pattern library, and an exciting foray into Node.
This post is a summary of what I’ve been working on at PMC as a “Design Engineer”. Note that it is written in haste (WiH)!
Things are going *really well* for me right now, and that calls for a blog post! This one is much more personal than my posts usually are, but it’s healthy to open up a bit now and again, right?