Lessons on leading a remote team when the world’s on fire.
On the boredom and misogyny of gendered bots.
What is hypertext for?
The competitive advantage of the de-industrialized workplace.
On being a woman in tech.
A talk presented at the 10th annual dConstruct conference in Brighton, England.
Observations about what makes for a good remote culture, and why it’s likely here to stay.
Publishing the hard way.
Thoughts on GitHub, discrimination, and language.
A close look at the origins and evolution of the word “meritocracy,” and the politics that our language reveals.
A responsive redesign.
Today marks my last day with Typekit.
On publishing as the beginning, not the end; the third and final part in a series of articles that expand upon my essay in Issue No. 1 of Contents.
Why editors need to know HTML; part two in a series of articles that expand upon my essay in Issue No. 1 of Contents.
The first in a series of articles that expand upon my essay in Issue No. 1 of Contents.
From Issue No. 1 of Contents Magazine.
On the occasion of the release of the fourth book from A Book Apart.
How we read is breaking ranks with how the news is made.
My thoughts on the new Readability.