Jonathan Stegall

Hi, I’m Jonathan. I live in Atlanta, and I make websites. I’m into design, theology, justice, and grace.

You can read more about me, see what I do, or just say hi. Especially on Twitter.

Writings

A blog about design, faith, and how they work together. View All Posts

More on my Bootstrap as "new Dreamweaver" hypothesis

February 24, 2014

I was fortunate to be able to attend An Event Apart in Atlanta last week. One of the talks was from Luke Wroblewski, and it was called "Screen Time." In it, he examined the vast numbers of screen resolutions and rotations and sizes and types, how much stuff we are trying to throw onto said screens, and how we can better design in light of these things. He addressed in varying degrees of depth concepts like CSS optimization, SVG, responsive images, horizontal and vertical media queries, input methods, and postures at which humans use devices.

This newest version

February 2, 2014

If you've been to this site before over the years, you may have realized I did a redesign recently. Around Christmas, I finally launched version 4 since I bought this domain in 2006 (many versions of personal sites existed before that). I'm reasonably happy with this version, and I've been wanting to take a little time to write about it.

Items of Interest

Collecting amazing and interesting things on the web. View All Items

Haiti. Upworthy. Your Next Adventure.

March 7, 2014

Recently my friends at The Adventure Project were featured on Upworthy, and a ton of stoves for folks in Haiti were funded. Here’s an update about that, and also an opportunity to sponsor entrepreneurs there, empowering people to get themselves out of poverty and help their communities.

40 days for wanderers, wonderers, and somehow-allergic-to-churchers

March 5, 2014

Kathy Escobar gives some lovely ideas for Lent for folks with shifting faith, or who feel lost. Needed this.

even though i am a person who enjoys this season for the most part, i notice that some of the stuff i read makes me cringe a little. it can feel so exclusive, only for a certain group who speaks a certain language. it can feel privileged, seemingly irrelevant to many people without resources or margin. it can feel contrived, a little like christmas where there are actually 11 other months of the year where our hearts are supposed to be just as open to God and others.

Greenpeace Praises Apple for Reducing Use of Conflict Minerals

March 5, 2014

From Greenpeace (I’m late in linking to this, but I’m so happy it’s moving this way):

Apple has flexed its muscles in the past to push suppliers to remove hazardous substances from products and provide more renewable energy for data centers, and it is proving the same model can work to reduce the use of conflict minerals.

Work

My work happens in my day job, and occasionally on interesting side projects. View My Work

How I work

I do design strategy, design research, user interface design, and build responsive websites with HTML5 and CSS. I'm passionate about discovering and solving problems, learning about people to make things they like to use, and beautiful interfaces.

Who I work with

I've spent the past several years in various roles at Emory University, AirWatch, and CareerBuilder.com in the Atlanta area. I've consulted on projects locally and in other places across North America.