Quick thoughts on building a small search autocomplete tool. What I learned, what I liked and what I didn't like.
Six things I learned when looking for a front end web developer job in 2022. Also lists the top FE web dev skills employers are looking for.
Kai takes a simplistic approach to updating his blog, using Jekyll, GitHub Pages, BEM CSS, a little bit of React, webpack and Yarn.
Random notes on my past & present experiences in looking for a front end web developer job in 2017. Has tips for code bootcamp graduates looking for work.
Tips for high schoolers wanting to be web designers/developers while looking at the state of technology education and hiring in 2016.
kaidez.com uses underscores to create a custom Swiss-style Wordpress theme for his blog’s new design. webpack and gulp manage the JS/CSS build process.
After almost ten years, I'm leaving Revlon to pursue a exciting new opportunity.
kaidez created a WordPress site for a Montclair, NJ hair salon, with a strong focus on optimizing the site for local SEO.
kaidez developed the RevlonProBrands.com site using GitHub Atom, Jade, OOCSS, Modernizr’s yepnope functionality, Gulp & Grunt.
kaidez's Git/GitHub tutorial is updated to be shorter, provide information faster and by providing 2 new links to the learning resource list
A quick update about the status of kaidez.com, including the announcing of a new, upcoming site design.
kaidez recalls the best about Steve Jobs
kaidez developed Almay's Facebook What's New page following some best practices in terms of mobile web development.
The new Mitchum site was developed with HTML5 using HTML5 Boilerplate, Visual Studio 2010 with NuGet, CSS and some light jQuery
kaidez reviews his progress with learning web development and how his blog is doing in terms of content, SEO and social network promotion
A list of front-end web development courses that kaidez will take at MIX11 2011 and brief explanations of some other courses available
An extensive article with tips, resources and ideas for high school students wanting to work in the web design or development field someday
Kai Gittens, (kaidez) will be at Microsoft's Mix11 Conference in Las Vegas in April 2011 and will be at the HTML5/CSS3 and jQuery bootcamps
Final article in the HTML5 wireframe series for the kaidez portfolio site
Part Two of my explanation on how I created wireframed my HTML5 site before I developed and designed it
Wireframes for the kaidez portfolio site of New York/Jersey City, N.J. based web designer, Kai Gittens, who also works at Revlon and Almay
HTML5 wireframe preview of kaidez.com portfolio site
Additions to my list of resources to help you learn web design and development and my Coolsites list, including a Sitecore and .NET development blog
How I plan to study HTML5, CSS3 and .NET
My HTML5 Project will use HTML5, CSS3, jQuery, Modernizr, maybe CSS PIE, and will be a portfolio of my work and experiments.
Kaidez guest post at Inspired Magazine responded to Cameron Chapman's web designer article at Smashing Magazine
Kaidez developed four micro-sites for Almay using HTML5 video, jQuery, .NET and CSS
My cool jQuery t-shirt
Quick recap of CNN's article on the FTC's proposal of adding a do not track feature that consumers can use for internet browsing, short opinion included
kaidez lays out a plan on how he'll learn .NET/C#.
kaidez's view of Flash's evolution, rise and (somewhat) fall.
kaidez.com is no longer a blog that focuses on soccer/footie...it now focuses on web development.