I live on / create content for the Internet. I specialize in obsessing over technology, web design, open source software, and games. I can do it for you, too.

I've been designing websites for over a decade, and writing articles about web design on a freelance basis since 2013. I focus on making everything I write as easily-understood as possible, while also filling my articles with personality, and sometimes corny jokes.

I also build web stuff for fun in my spare time, like my own personal CSS/SASS framework, and other more short-lived projects. Last, but certainly not least, I contribute to open source software. It's my way of trying to make the world a little bit better.


Contact Me

The fastest way to hire me is to contact me via email. Think about it: the internet's been around for three decades, and email has yet to be completely outclassed. That's a heck of a thing.

Anyway, here you go: writeme@ezequiel.works

NewFolder

Technically, you're looking at NewFolder right now. I used it to build this site. Cool, huh?

NewFolder is a just-a-few-frills SCSS framework that I have created for my own personal use. It's designed to make it easy for me to develop new CMS themes and static sites as I experiment with new ways to make things online.

It features easily customizable typefaces, colors, and other variables, several navigation patterns, and a layout-agnostic philosophy. It is presented on the NewFolder GitHub repo with some helpful code comments, but not nearly enough documentation.

I swear I'll get to work on that. In the meantime, only use this code in production if it meets your needs exactly. I literally just made it for me, so... the rest is up to you.

But hey, if you really want to see what NewFolder can do, there's also the NewFolder-Demo Github repo. It's a simple demo page that shows off every feature.

Open Source Contribution

I'm not much for programming beyond HTML and CSS, so I give back to the FL/OSS community in the best way I know how: by writing. Well, there's editing and proofreading too. Basically, I help out with documentation where I can, and leave actually developing software to the Serious NerdsTM.

Projects I've contributed to include: