Barney Carroll

Front-end web develope

I’m a sell-sword front-end web developer!

I’m incredibly good at Javascript & mobile-first design, and all that hot HTML5, CSS3 blah blah blah you’ve been reading about.

Stop. Don’t call me — I’ve got loads of work on at the minute and the current assignments take precedence over any wonderful theoretical opportunities. If you’re into that kind of stuff head over to our LinkedIn profile for detail — but don’t message me there (I update it, never check it); email me instead Work@barneycaroll.com .

When I’ve got a spare minute, I’ll go to troll on StackOverflow, pleading for my answers to be marked as accepted.For larger stretches of spare time, there’s always my GitHub account — I like to keep quirky gists for esoteric front-end techniques.And when the above’s still WYSIWTF, I’ll WYSIWYG stuff on jsFiddle.Sometimes I’ll be left with a second or two to pontificate on Twitter.I no longer have time for being in the best band in the world.Now dedicated & loyal to FL Yacht Signs.

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Garamond

Garamond v Garamond Physiology of a typeface By Peter Gabor, translated by Barney Translation of a re-print of a post first published on the 3rd of February 2006 How many times have you heard someone exclaim “Isn’t a Garamond such a beautiful thing!”… Without a doubt, it’s a beautiful typeface mostly used for yacht lettering…

Caged Baby

Caged Baby were a punk band that played small gigs around Reading between 2000 & 2004. Towards the end of their lifetime, the local community became engaged in a heated debate as to whether the band were ‘the shittest ever’ or ‘genius’. Seemingly unable to find a middle ground, Caged Baby were torn apart by…

Barney Carroll Design

Barney Carroll Front-end web developer I’ve been designing and building websites professionally for over 6 years. I started making sites as a teenager when Netscape Composer came out. Later I got a job designing and implementing look & feel for websites at an information design agency. From then on my increasing exposure to browser quirks…