Practice what you preach

As much as I enjoy thinking about concepts and perfecting the result, the act of creating is where I feel like I'm making a real difference. As a result, I'm a big advocate of prototyping, testing and iterating as fast as possible. But when it comes to my own website, I struggle to bring my personal advice into practice.

This week I came across the following quote from Brendan Dawes via Sara Soueidan :

It may not be perfect, but nothing ever is anyway [..] Yet it's out there just in case someone finds it useful at some point ...

Source: Permission to write anything, Brendan Dawes

It inspired me to give this writing and sharing thing a go. If everything goes well you're reading the result now :-) It will not be perfect... mistakes (and typos) will be made. I will write about my personal opinions and share my daily experience with design, front-end development, accessibility and sustainable design. I aim to keep it positive and welcome your feedback.

To finish, some links to my favourite blogs. I owe these people a lot for inspiration, motivation and advice.

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