Stephen Wright

Creative Development

I am a frontend developer and graphics enthusiast, with a passion for creating functional, robust, beautiful code.


  1. New Login look for Intripd

    I have been toying with a new login/signup system for Intripd for a while, and whilst working on the new ember/node disassociation work i'm doing (whereby i'm separating them out into two distinct apps to make the API truely separated, i've started work on a new login design…

    on Graphics, Intripd, Node.js, Ember.js, CSS

  2. A new look for Intripd

    This evening i've been working on a new design for Intripd, which strips out the unnecessary faff and keeps a simpler colour scheme. It is also tied to a slight redesign of the logo, which accentuates the compass point in the pin. …

    on Graphics, Intripd, Photoshop, UI

  3. Quick Tip: Scanning for new LUNS on RHEL

    In my current Job, I am dealing with a lot of block-level IO and LUN manipulation. Unfortunately, multipath isn't that great at picking up these changes, so there are some specific commands that you can execute in order to rescan online for LUNS: sw@dev1:~# ls /sys/class/fc_host…

    on quick-tip, IO, 2145, Linux, RHEL, Multipath

  4. Installing PositiveSSL on NGINX

    Namecheap.com seem to be the go-to right now when it comes to cheap SSL certificates. I have been wanting to upgrade Intripd with an SSL certificate for a while, but haven't been able to justify paying $80+ a year for a site which is still in Alpha, however with…

    on Tutorial, nginx, SSL

  5. Trips, Trips Trips!

    In Intripd, we have a menu of trips that have either been created by the user, or by another user that the user is participating in. To display these, I've mocked up a widget which will give an overview of the current state of the trip, with important information such…

    on Intripd, Photoshop, Design

  6. Logic Separation in Ember.js and Event Bubbling

    Intripd exists in it's current form as a Node.js backed Ember.js web application. It has been written from the ground up as a single-page application, where the user can seamlessly transition from one view to the next, as if the page is fluidly creating the content and inserting…

    on Node.js, Javascript, Ember.js, Events, MVC