Do you think people who make software need to think about the ethics of what they're creating and how they're creating it? Please vote for my talk on PanelPicker, “Code is Not Neutral: Ethics of Creating Software.”

One time my husband noticed that my iPhone was a lot smaller than his, and he asked why I had chosen such a small phone. My answer to him: “Lady pockets.”

I'm not going to buy a phone that doesn't fit in my pocket.

I'm about to record a new video course for Learning on responsive layout. I'm looking for examples to show of real websites using grid or flexbox in awesome ways. Any suggestions?

I love going to meetings. I may be the only person in the world who feels this way. Do you think I could hire myself out to go to meetings on behalf of people who don't like meetings? Only halfway kidding. There's got to be some sort of viable business idea in there.

Shakespeare with a 1980s theme is just a really good idea. Shakespeare By the Bow, Calgary, performing The Two Gentlemen of Verona.

Intro: I'm a user experience strategist and writer. I focus on creating purposeful content and designing with empathy. I frequently speak at design/tech conferences, I create courses for, and I wrote a book called Learning Responsive Web Design for O'Reilly. I'm currently looking for a new permanent position in Canada or the U.S. In my free time I like to travel, read books, and go hiking/camping.

To start out, here's a photo of my fox watching a movie on my iPad. Yes, I know I'm weird.

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