I’ve been using Sublime Text for a little while now, but somehow I managed to miss one of its biggest strengths: plugins! How on earth I managed to miss a great feature is beyond me, but I recently discovered them, and now I can’t live without them.
Having a good text editor is key when working in web design and development. Sure, TextEdit on Mac and Notepad on Windows will get the job done, but they lack features that make writing HTML and CSS easier. There are better text editors out there, and here are a few of my picks.
In addition to this blog, I now also have a class blog for my Web Design class. On that blog I’m posting articles about web design–related items on the new blog. Occasionally, I might cross-post articles from the other blog. If that’s something you might be interested in, you can follow my class blog at classblog.mayzure.com.
Lots of changes are happening here on my site. The new gallery of my latest design work is now online.
Reflections on my final day of the Spring 2015 semester as a student at Columbia College Chicago.