Not every project should be Serious Business™. Here are some things I’ve done as a creative outlet – a mixture of experiments, learning exercises, and silly things to make people laugh.
Some visual code art and experiments. Although the cool kids are all using CodePen these days.
Drone Versioning made easy, but not more sensible.
Censor out any emoji characters in a piece of text, either visually or audibly.
Turn every web page into an interactive game of Numberwang!
A command-line utility to help you stack your yaks.
A library for creating ventriloquist dummy effects in canvas — because that’s what everyone needs, right?
Fun’s over! This is where the “proper” projects start, I guess.
A webpack plugin for moment-timezone to reduce how much data is loaded in the browser.
A PostCSS plugin to fix gradient transparency for certain browsers (looking at you, Safari).
Parse an element’s CSS background properties to get a list of individual backgrounds.
A simple list of which CSS properties can be animated and how.
A simple list of CSS shorthand properties and which longhand properties they expand to.
A Sublime Text package that adds syntax highlighting for IANA time zone database files.
A Visual Studio Code extension that adds syntax highlighting for IANA time zone database files.
jQuery plugin to find the elements in a page that are closest to (or furthest away from) a particular point or element, based on pixel dimensions.
jQuery plugin to get the real dimensions of an element’s children, which don’t always match the parent’s width and height.
A simple way to speed up and repeat an easing function multiple times over the course of a single animation call.
A brief overview of the Intl APIs built in to browsers to help with internationalisation.