My first online course: Principles of Web Typography

I just published my first online course, Principles of Web Typography, on Skillshare. I’ve been working on this since early June, and it’s really exciting to finally be at this point. With the launch of it, I want to talk about a few things I learned along the way. Creating content When starting this course,

Website Updates

It’s been almost a year since I last updated my personal site. I still like my design with its bright accent and vast white space. It looks clean, it’s simple, but also a bit fun. It was time for an update though, the design wasn’t really completed and a few parts did need some updates.

Importance of Accessibility in Internal Applications

This article was originally written as a contribution to a corporate newsletter. The intended audience is project managers and directors who may not be well versed in accessibility as it pertains to their applications. A successful user interface is one that serves all of its users, regardless of their ability or how they access the

BIG bunch of CodePens

It’s been so long since I’ve posted new work on my blog, but I promise I’ve been out here doing stuff. Here’s a whole bunch of pens that I’ve done in the last few months: Marie Curie Thank You Note See the Pen Marie Curie – Thank You Note by Alex (@alexgoff) on CodePen. Periodic