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 articlesabout 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


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 GitHubrepo without nearly enough code comments or documentation.

I swear I'll get to work on that. In the meantime, don't use this code in production. It's dangerous enough that I'm doing it.

But hey, if you reallywant 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. (Including the work-in-progress stuff).

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: