Transcript for a conference talk presented on freelancing.
The post follows my learnings as a front-end developer working at Purepoint between November 2017 & August 2018.
Starting this year, Every first week of January, I would write a post reflecting on last year's learnings; and gratifying the achievements accomplished over a year.
One of the first websites that I recommend to every novice front-end developer is Smashing Magazine. The website releases a series of books by the name "Smashing Book" and this post
A short introduction to Greensock Animation library.
CommitStrip is a website that shares anecdotes of life as a coder through cleverly crafted idiosyncratic comic strips. A huge fanbase inspired them to launch a physical book through a Kickstarter campaign during
I attended Google's Cloud Platform's onboarding training event yesterday at Hotel Sahara Star, Mumbai. This article highlights some of the learnings in brief. Google Cloud Platform enables developers to build, test and deploy
This week I launched one of my most anticipated project, my portfolio website. This post covers some of the Progressive Enhancement, CSS3, HTML5, Responsive Web Design tips and tricks involved while developing and
This holiday season, I bring you the review of "Lagom", a lifestyle magazine that celebrates & shares personal stories and motivations behind the lives of those creative professionals who strive to
Heydon Pickering is a well-known web accessibility expert & recently he published a book with Smashing Magazine by the name "Inclusive Design Patterns". People accessing web have different abilities & needs,
Last month I had spent one weekend over Comic Con-Mumbai, an annual comic convention held usually in the last quarter of the year. The convention brings together the people with similar interests and
As the festival of Diwali is here, we clean and give away the things we don't require. While cleaning up my bookshelf, I realized that I had collected so many bookmarks over the
On my way to Bangalore last month, I brought the book "Hegarty On Creativity" to read during my flight. I managed to finish half of it and finished the second half
Web Designer Elliot Jay Stocks published a series of typographic magazines named "8 Faces". Each issue covers interviews from 8 renounced designers on their 8 favourite fonts. Being a type lover myself, I
Chris Coyer, a very respectable name in the web development community, released a book, "Practical SVG" last month. Considering his excellent work on CSS Tricks & Codepen, the decision to buy
(tldr; If you are a Front End Web Developer, BUY THE BOOK 😀 ) Last year, Lea Verou, acclaimed front-end developer, released one of the most anticipated books, "CSS Secrets". It received so
Disclaimer: The thoughts and opinions are my own. As of now, I have never been involved professionally with Ghost or Wordpress Team. It's been almost three months since this blog has been migrated
The month of September was quite eventful for me. I rejuvenated my creative & technical skills attending events like Google For Mobile, JSFoo, ON's #HeathyIsYummy Workshop and Creative Mornings. Thanks @Mumbai_CM @creativemorning
Recently my Sony Viao gave up and This Diwali, I gifted myself a New MacBook Pro 13" Retina. Here are some of the Unboxing Pics. One of the most surprising things for
Last Month I had been in Bangalore for "JSFOO". Since I had a extra Monday to kill,I thought of attending "Google For Mobile” Event. Here are some of the
A lot of My clients and some of my colleagues have been wondering why I validate my HTML5 Code. To give a clear understanding of the reasons behind HTML5 Code Validation, I have
Codepen is amazing website to share and collaburate front end code. I have been experimenting on some of the possiblilities of HTML5 and CSS3 through this medium. Here are couple of examples that
The Book,released in early 2014 contains a compilation of all the websites that had been awarded as "Site of Day" during the year 2013 by Awwwards, a showcase website.The
If there could be “One book to rule them all” for novice Web designers, it would be “Above The Fold“. This book goes through every subject/niche of designing websites : from Designing itself