that I build and maintain.

Occasionally, I develop small websites for friends and colleagues:

tech stack

Engine. I usually use Ghost when email or search is important, and Jekyll otherwise.

Editor interface. Ghost has its own delightful editor interface. For Jekyll, I’ve started using TinaCMS, which cleverly generates a Wordpress-esque editor interface for static sites right in the browser.

Monitoring. I use Plausible for ethical, privacy-minded analytics, and Betterstack’s free tier for uptime checks.



A huge thank you to:

Please hire them for your projects — they’re great folks!