Ashley Kolodziej

  • @ashleykolodziej
  • Assistant Creative Director, Boston University
  • she/her/hers
  • Boston, MA
Assistant Creative Director at Boston University and part-time professor teaching web design and dev....  
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What Ashley's working on

What Ashley's working on

2021

Jun 20, 2021
Jun 20, 2021
Reposted by Ashley Kolodziej
Took a Vacation
Took a road trip

Took a Two Week Road Trip.


It was the first time in a long time that I had a two week vacation.  My partner and I drove from Boston to Michigan, stopping at a couple campgrounds along the way.  
Jun 07, 2021
Jun 07, 2021
Reposted by Ashley Kolodziej
Developed a website
Deployed a website

The redesigned hirozed.com is live!


My personal site is new, improved, and awesome!  Designed by Ashley, it is a single page that gives a quick overview of me, what I've been doing code-wise, my latest posts, and where else you can find me.

Included in the redesign is my red panda keycap mascot, also lovingly designed by Ashley.

I truly love how this turned out, and I hope you like it.
May 28, 2021
May 28, 2021
Published a YouTube video
Shared JavaScript knowledge
Shared Github knowledge
+ 1

Published a tutorial on authentication with dotenv


https://youtu.be/TqdmUdi8xbY
May 22, 2021
May 22, 2021
Reposted by Ashley Kolodziej
Spooked partner with technology
I discovered Netlify's live dev server.

hirozed: Check this out: (link to netlify live dev)
bun: oooooooh!
hirozed: It's my local dev environment.
bun: neats
  wait
  really?
hirozed:  netlify-cli
bun: how does that work
  THAT'S SO WEIRD
hirozed: it creates a tunnel!!!!
bun: you should put a spooked your partner with technology post on your polywork
hirozed: will do! 
May 22, 2021
May 22, 2021
Reposted by Ashley Kolodziej
Created a brand
My darling partner, Ashley, created the most wonderful brand logos for me!!

She wrote up a more in-depth post 
May 21, 2021
May 21, 2021
Published a Dev.to article
Shared accessibility knowledge
Shared HTML knowledge
+ 1

Published an article on how HTML affects accessibility


Back to basics: Why excellent markup is the foundation of accessible content 
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