Category: Web

I’ve been building websites and apps for over 15 years now. There have been many changes in this time to how the web works, and many things that have stayed the same.

  • Is WordPress right for your business? Let’s ask ChatGPT.

    I’ve been curious about ChatGPT, as it is all the rage right now in tech circles. If you haven’t heard, it’s an AI that provides natural language responses to anything you ask it. So, I asked ChatGPT to write me a short blog post about deciding if WordPress is good for your business. Here is… Read more

  • Doing custom web development for clients using the HubSpot CMS

    HubSpot is CRM Platform with a lot of sophisticated marketing tools that I barely understand. Marketing people will have a much better handle on that functionality. But, in addition to a great CRM, they also offer a website CMS that allows you to create full web pages and blogs inside the platform. I’m just going… Read more

  • An app to make managing your freelance business easier

    I was using a variety of tools to manage time tracking, todo lists, invoicing, and expenses. I wanted an app that combined them all into one. So, I built one! Read more

  • Web design for sites that have a lot of ads

    Gripped Publishing is a Canadian sports magazine specialist with prestigious titles such as Canadian Cycling, Canadian Running,, and Triathlon Magazine.  It had been several years since the last redesign of Canadian Running, and there were several goals for the new build. Some of the goals were technical: using modern best practices to speed up… Read more

  • Adding infinite scrolling content to a web magazine site

    I’ve been working with Gripped Publishing for years, building out custom solutions for highly trafficked websites (over 1 million visitors per month). Recently, I added a feature to two of their magazines (, and that you’ve probably seen on sites like Time Magazine: which is to immediately load up the next article when you… Read more