Digital Laboratory


A Place for Web Experimentation

Technically Artistic or Artistic … Technically

Before going any further in this post, refresh this page. I’ll wait 🙂 Notice how the header image changed? Try refreshing it again. I can’t exactly account for how “pretty” or not each version may have been for you, but I’m basically grabbing screen shots of one of the first programs I ever wrote back […]


Importance of Page Load Time

When a web visitor clicks a link that leads to your website, there is a symphony of digital activity behind the scenes. The number of handshakes happening between the layers of software across a multitude of machines in fractions of a second would truly astound any onlooker, if such a thing were viewable. We all […]


Coding Post #1

In these kinds of posts, I’ll be discussing more of my technical conquests. So if that sounds dreadfully boring to you, take a look here for more of the marketing side of this post. Boy, do I both love and hate Javascript. It’s easy to learn but impossible to master. It breaths incredible flexibility and […]


Progressive Enhancement Post #1

Alright I’m pretty excited to bring today’s post. I’d like to use this category of posts to discuss my approach to progressive enhancement – a term us web nerds use to describe the process of managing and improving a website over time. In today’s post I’ll be using my own site as an example. The […]