I finally found the time to work on these updates/bugs, and with that I’ve gotten far enough on this project that I felt comfortable “officially” released BakersCalc into the wild (well, at least to reddit). There’s still a bit of work left, but I’m confident that what is up now can hold on it’s own. [continue reading]
Big update! In this version I’ve implemented the ability to define multiple flours, calculate item hydration, starter hydration, and squashed some bugs.[continue reading]
What is BakersCalc, anyways?
I’m glad you asked! BakersCalc is a side project of mine to help with creating, updating, and sharing bread formulas. The beauty behind baker’s percent is everything is relative to your total flour weight, so it doesn’t matter if you want to make 300g of dough or 300kg. All your ingredients will scale accordingly. [continue reading]
What A Save! started as an idea to create a price tracking website that displayed useful information like trending items and prices over time for the game Rocket League.[continue reading]
What is a Sprite Sheet?
Put simply, a sprite sheet is an image file composed of smaller individual graphics. These graphics can be various states of a UI element, individual frames of an animation, or even various design elements that appear commonly throughout a site’s design.[continue reading]
IntroHub was an app created by Status Media as a modern way to connect with friends, business connections or anyone else you’d consider doing business with. Responsibilities included coordinating with their designer to create both desktop and mobile websites from scratch. Features include an adaptive design using CSS3 media queries, parallax scrolling, and a PNG sequence animation.
Disclaimer: I am an opinionated New Yorker who takes his pizza seriously. A little too seriously.[continue reading]
The guys over at pingdom.com have developed an invaluable tool called the “Full Page Test” for calculating some useful statistics for your website that every developer should utilize to get the best performance possible. They analyze a variety of factors such as overall load time, size, requests, caching, bad requests, and more.[continue reading]
One of the proposed logos for an old client’s company. Original date Aug 16th, 2010.
Tiamat is from the video game Breath of Fire III. This was an exercise in converting a traditional drawing into a digital one. I am not the original concept artist. Original date Apr 1st, 2009.