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Restoration mirror

The welcome return of The Mirror Project.

The Mirror Project

If you’re a regular visitor here, then you’ll probably have noticed something new on the journal page - a random picture from The Mirror Project.

The Mirror Project | Jeremy Keith | In The Black Bunker

There’s a new picture of me up on The Mirror Project. I took the picture yesterday at band practice in the aptly named Black Bunker rehearsal room.

Mirror, mirror

I’ve got a new picture, taken on my trip to Dublin, up at The Mirror Project.

The Mirror Project | Jeremy Keith | After Dinner

Jessica and I had dinner with Chris and Karin upstairs last night. Jessica cooked up some nice roast vegetables to go with the delicious kaese spaetzle that Karin made.

Mirror Project pictures

It’s hard to believe that the weather so nice just a couple of days ago when I took this picture of myself reflected in Jessica’s sunglasses.

Designing for Trust in an Uncertain World by Margot Bloomstein

A presentation at An Event Apart Seattle 2019.

The Mirror Project

Needless to say, while I was in Paris, I took the obigatory photograph in the bathroom mirror at the hotel.

The Mirror Project, Sunday September 15, 4PM

Congratulations, Heather. 10,000 is a lot of pictures.

Project Miroir

I have a new picture up on The Mirror Project that was taken in Paris last weekend.


Heather Champ and Aaron Straup Cope rule!


There’s a great picture of Jessica up at The Mirror Project . It was taken about 39,000 feet above Arizona,


There’s a new picture by Jessica up at The Mirror Project.

Going up

My latest submission to the Mirror Project does quite a job at capturing the spirit of South by SouthWest.


What’s the score?

The Technical Side of Design Systems by Brad Frost

A presentation at An Event Apart San Francisco 2019


Thinking about the end game.

Resigning from the AMP advisory committee

I gave it my best shot, but I gotta get out.


The latest Clearleft internship project has just come to an end. It’s been truly inspiring.

Now with even fewer wires

Brighton has some new wireless hotspots thanks to the good folks at Loose Connection.

Communication for America

Transatlantic client calls.

Getting Your Designs Approved

Liveblogging a presentation from Larissa Meek at the Future of Web Design.

Building Matter

Today is launch day for an exceptionally good project.

Mind the gap

If you’re making a library or framework, treat it like a polyfill.

The future of the tradition

Personally speaking.


Kim Stanley Robinson’s tour-de-force.


Moving bookmarks.

Slow glass

Other days, other eyes.

Timelines of the web

The World Wide Web is a mashup.

Launching for America

The new Code for America website is live. That was quick!

AMPed up

First impressions of Google’s RSS killer …no wait, they already killed RSS.

Put your money where Joe Clark’s mouth is

Joe finds me patronising.

Open source

The lows are low, but the highs are high.

Shadows and smoke

Namen sind Schall und Rauch.

Design sprinting

Packing a whole lotta learning into just five days.

Coding for America

Fuck yeah!

CERN and the line-mode browser

Two days in geek paradise.

Empire State

Non-humans of New York.

Cake for America

Code for America. Cake for Anna.

New feature

I’ve add an extra little widget to my journal.

Cool goal

Websites are cool.

Future Sync 2020

Questions and answers from the opening talk of an online conference.

The Web Standards Project: Fighting for Standards in our Browsers

The WaSP is bowing out.


Why do I like fluid responsive typography? Let me count the ways…

One day in London

To the capital and back.

Regressive Web Apps

Killing the web to save it.

The meaning of AMP

Google’s alternative facts.

Hackfarming Blood Buddies

We went into the countryside and we made a thing.


Two JavaScript frameworks—Svelte and Astro—share a philosophy, but take subtly different approaches.

Sharing pattern libraries

I, for one, welcome our new sharing and caring overlords of markup and CSS.

May the Task Force be with you

It is with great pleasure that I direct your attention to the latest press release from the Web Standards Project:

Sea change

Oh, the humanity!

On the side

My Clearleft colleagues are an inspiration.

Pepys out

The end of an internet era.

Service worker resources

Hyperlinks to help you get your site working offline.

Making things happen

Crazy schemes that just might work.

Pattern sharing

The front-end style guide for Code for America.

Design principles on the Clearleft podcast

The final episode of this season is mostly a case study.


I have been elected to the AMP advisory committee. My reign of terror begins!


A collaboration between Clearleft and the Wellcome Trust.

Hackfarming Tiny Planner

Hold me closer.

Graduating to Grid by Rachel Andrew

A presentation at An Event Apart Seattle 2018.

Going rogue

The only way is ethics.

August in America, day twenty-three

Chicago, Illinois.

Battle for the planet of the APIs

API shall not kill API.

Digital Marketing Strategies for the Busy “Web Master” by Sarah Parmenter

A presentation at An Event Apart Seattle 2018.


Yesterday, I put some new music (ripped from CD) onto my iBook. I then transferred the music onto my iPod. Rather than transfer the same songs from my iBook to my iMac, I thought it would be simpler to plug the iPod into the iMac and transfer the songs fr


Some ways of combining security and usability for two-factor authentication on the web.


The difference between being on the web and being archived.

She car go

A great conference in a great city.


A run-down of what I’ve been watching during The Situation

Microprinter has a posse

Get your hack on.


Back up before your data goes down.


Linting for BEM.

I *heart* Jeffrey Zeldman

Wow! Jeffrey Zeldman likes my site:

Be progressive

Progressive enhancement, developer convenience, and isomorphic JavaScript.

Climbing Mount Responsive

Three days in Munich.

What is Web Design?

"Who are we? Why are we here?"

Don't worry, browse happy

The Web Standards Project has launched a new promotional website to encourage people to switch from Internet Explorer. It’s called Browse Happy.

Photo journalism

When I wrote an article about my JavaScript Image Gallery and released the code into the wild, I allowed anyone to use the code freely without any attribution. I did ask, however, that anyone using the script drop me a line and point me to where I could s

What a day that was

What a long strange trip it’s been.


It’s good to talk about typography. The last few weeks have been particularly good.

Adactio, pour homme

The perfume of the movie of the website… you read it here first.


Brainstorming a markup pattern.

Long time

Why does a decade on the web feel like an epoch?

From Ideation to Iteration: Design Thinking for Work and for Life by Una Kravets

A presentation at An Event Apart Seattle 2019.


Balancing my time between activism and just being me makes me a complacent zealot.

Design Principles For The Web—the links

Hyperlinks to accompany a talk.

Design doing

The opposite of design thinking.


The default behaviour of Internet Explorer’s new version switching is very, very wrong.


A pair of responsive design events in London.

And be damned

Writing, publishing, sharing, speaking.

Speaking, not hacking

I had fun at Build in Belfast but alas, I didn’t make it to Science Hack Day in San Francisco.

Netlify redirects and downloads

How to use HTML’s `download` attribute even if you’re storing your files on S3.

Good griddance

How CSS grid is making my life easier.

Extensible web components

Web components are supposed to extend the web, not replace it.

Building Reprieve

Popping my Django cherry.

The Mythology of Design Systems by Mina Markham

A presentation at An Event Apart San Francisco 2019

A site for Science Hack Day

A bit of HTML5 and a slap of CSS3 …for science!

Facing the future

Our civilisation needs to hit Ctrl+S.