Late Excuse Generator


On a spur of the moment, I whipped up late excuses generator website for my colleagues who need a valid and believable excuse for being late. I haven’t touched code in almost 2 years, so this was a fun little exercise for the evening. There is a lot that I have to relearn. Some of the excuses here have been recycled from our Slack channel. Perhaps my next project could be a late excuse bot? ūüėÄ

Click here to visit my Late Excuses Generator

WordPress For Beginners


On July 16th, I delivered a workshop on WordPress For Beginners at, as part of the workshop series leading up to WordCamp Montreal. It was a great evening. We had about 20 attendees. Here are my slides for the workshop on Slideshare

Cover Page for the slides from WordPress For Beginners workshop

Over the course of 2 hours, we did a quick overview on the differences between and, a walkthrough on how to setup WordPress, its components, plugins and how to create¬†a simple website. Thanks to Jonathan Perlman, one of the TAs, who provided each student temporary hosting with fresh installs of WordPress on the Dawson College server. Props to our TAs of the evening: Ann Cascarano, Brian Zerkler, Elida Arrizza, √Člise Desaulniers, Jonathan Perlman and Kathryn Presner.. who helped guide the students throughout the workshop and also answering questions during the Q&As.

Welcome to my new website


RIP 2004-2014. The 90s are over. Goodbye tables! Click here to visit my old site. iMac G3 rendering by Claudio Gomboli

Welcome to my new website! I am super happy about soft launching this site today because it’s something I’ve been wanting to do for so long. I’m also excited to be blogging again. I will be blogging about my work, my process, my thoughts on design and technology, sharing freebies, and much more.

I want to take a moment to say thank you and dedicate this inaugural post to a bunch of people who have motivated and inspired me as a visual¬†designer to expand into UX and web development:¬†the amazing Montreal WordPress¬†community (Ryan, Kathryn, Michal & Elida…it only took four WordCamps for me to¬†switch my site to WordPress!), the mentors and organizers of Montreal Girl Geeks and Ladies Learning Code, Adrian, Christian, Isabel, Benoit, and my teacher Ziad.

Thank you. Come again ūüôā