I like to create wonderful user experiences
and have been a full-stack web developer
for over a decade.
I hold the crazy belief that technology should be reliable, beautiful, intuitive, and empowering.
Currently I am a front-end web developer in San Francisco.
I also write here on AlanHogan.com from time to time.
My blog has a loose focus on
web development, user experience, and digital technology.
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Microsoft is again holding back the web despite shipping a decent browser engine, since the Edge experience is worse than MSIE 11’s.
What I missed and what I didn’t. What I’ll do differently from now on. Some reminders the experience gave me.
Paper or plastic? Corporate values can be reflected in the smallest places.
Supporting MSIE10 (as opposed to just IE11) may buy you less than you think. Points to consider.
Some things have to end, but does Twitpic need to add even more broken links and more vanished pieces of Internet history? How to help.
Understand user pain by experiencing your site with conveniently simulated slow page loads.
Using Sass to wrote responsive CSS for modern web development. (Talk at The Mixin, June 2013)
A scream recorded for a 1951 movie, since used countless other times, provides an allegory for my typographical disease.