Enjoying trying to keep up with the ever-changing development world, also manages the development team over at Stickyeyes.
I am based in Leeds, UK and apart from the obvious interest in dev, I am practicing photography, becoming a better cook and trying to get better at writing.
As a developer I work across a spectrum of different projects including interactive creative pieces, full-site builds and API based tools. My current focuses are on learning React w/ Gatsby and improving my knowledge around building accessible web experiences.
As part of trying to get better at writing there's only one way and that's practice...
We've all needed help from somebody else solving an issue, and theres nothing wrong with that. Helping each other is one of the great parts of being in a team, what we will look at here is how to do this effectively.
Managing the <head> of your HTML document is made very easy using the react-helmet component. In this post we look at how to do it and what are the minimum SEO tags that you should be including with it.
Missing a flexible content approach, I really wanted to bring this to my Netlify CMS site. In this post I break down how I approached this using Netlify CMS's Variable Types, and what you would have to do to achieve the same thing.