What good shall we build today?

Hi, my name is Austin.

I create award-winning digital products for international nonprofits, growing startups, and government agencies.

 In my free time, I work on interesting side projects, speak at events, organize the San Diego JavaScript and Vue meetups, and volunteer with my local community.

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What I Do

Web Development

Technical Consulting

Training Workshops

Event Speaking

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Tools I use


Interesting Side Projects

A Vue.js toolset for building accessible, light weight, and custom designed applications.

Particles CSS
A customizable SCSS library for utility-first CSS.

A web app built with Vue.js and WordPress that helps travel-hackers browse credit cards based on their bonuses.

Carbon Grid
A simple, lightweight, responsive CSS grid system built on flexbox.

Style Check
A Single Page Application built with Vue.js to help developers audit their global styles.

Murder Mystery
A single page app (SPA) for social-group fun.
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An opinionated starting point for styling base HTML elements.

Color Converter
A progressive web app (PWA) that converts hex colors to RGB and RGBA.

Stuff I've Written, Recorded, Presented

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How to Build HTML Forms Right: Styling

This article covers HTML form design patterns, common gotchas, and CSS tips. You should be able to walk away with some new knowledge and helpful code snippets.

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Vuetensils 0.6: Simpler Forms, Better Accessibility, & Useful Filters!

Some really cool news is coming to Vuetensils users. The latest version has some really cool features: new VForm component and other improvements to form authoring, really nice accessibility updates, and brand new filters to make life easier, as well as some important bug fixes.

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Vuetensils 0.5.0 Released!

The latest release of Vuetensils is out, and there’s a lot of great things coming with it. New component, new directive, and several improvements/bug fixes.

My 2020 Predictions & Resolutions for Technology

There are already tons of articles out there predicting which emerging technologies will take over, and which current leaders will be de-throwned. This is not one of those articles. Rather, I am going to focus my predictions around my own use of technology, and how things are looking for me going into 2020.

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