I am Jack's Rambling Words

They're my words, but you can read them!

About Me

Jack Keller (me) With over two decades of experience in the engineering domain, I have honed my skills across the full software development lifecycle. My journey began in backend and data engineering, eventually transitioning to the frontend realm. Accessibility (a11y) and the Svelte framework are two areas that particularly pique my interest and passion.

On this technical blog, I share insights and musings on programming, software development methodologies like Agile, and various other topics within this ever-evolving landscape. Through my writing, I aim to foster a vibrant discourse and exchange of ideas with fellow tech enthusiasts.

Beyond the realms of code, I indulge in a diverse array of hobbies, including music production, hiking, photography, video games, and automotive pursuits. As a devoted husband and father of two, I cherish the opportunity to share and nurture these passions with my family.

I invite you to explore the content on this blog and engage with my posts. Your thoughts and perspectives are invaluable in enriching this ongoing dialogue within the technical community.

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Recent Posts

Embracing Mobile-First Typography: A Case for Larger Initial Font Sizes

Embrace mobile-first typography for better readability. This article makes a case for larger initial font sizes optimized for mobile devices, then scaled down for desktop. Improve user experience by prioritizing legibility on smaller screens.

Why Project Managers and Leaders Should Prioritize Accessibility

Accessibility is no longer a niche concern but a fundamental aspect of inclusive design that should be at the forefront of every project manager's and leader's agenda.