Chris loves his pug and Yankee candles.

Senior Front-end Developer

Chris isn’t exactly addicted to video games, but he does like them—a lot. With his Pug, Henry, by his side, most weekends are spent in Virtual Reality or playing the latest Blizzard Entertainment title. At work, with headphones in place, he works to the music of Animal Crossing and the shenanigans of The Attack podcast. That’s how he’s created outstanding interactive tools and e-communications for brands like MasterCard and Keep America Beautiful.

Before Taylor: Chris graduated from Quinnipiac University with a degree in Interactive Digital Design before doing web design and development in Watertown for a number of years.

Recommended digital field trips: Reddit.comHis Pug’s Facebook Page

Recommended IRL field trips: A trip to a Butler Café in Japan

Taylor Design Blog


Bellroy – The Ultimate Stylish and Slim Wallets

When someone thinks of a wallet, I’m betting a lot of people immediately picture the big, ugly, bulky “Costanza Wallet” from Seinfeld. A wallet that has been jam-packed with so many different receipts, cards, business cards and more that it eventually EXPLODES in your face! A wallet so large, that it will result in back… Read More


How One Man Makes a Living Off Twitter

Today, pretty much everyone knows about Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest. They may use them for fun, to keep in touch with their families or for work, but there are people out there who use these free services to make a salary. Yes, that’s right. You can actually make enough money to live on simply… Read More


Webflow – A Solution for the Non-Coding Web Designer

During my day to day browsing of Twitter, one of the folks I follow shared a link to an upcoming service called Webflow. This was months ago, but the service really intrigued me. During the time, Adobe had recently unveiled a similar product they were calling Muse that does the same basic thing, in principle, however… Read More


How I Learned To Code

Front-end web developer. This is my job title and it is most likely a mystery to many as to what a front-end web developer does. Let me tell you. At Taylor Design, I’m responsible for bringing the designer’s vision to life using various programming languages and web software. I turn what is, essentially, a picture… Read More


Ghost—The Future of Blogging

To many, the word “blog” is synonymous with WordPress. WordPress has been the predominant force in blogging for the past 10 years. However, WordPress has been evolving rapidly. Since it’s 2003 release, it has undeniably evolved into an incredibly powerful and sophisticated content management system—forcibly shedding its old “for blogs only” reputation. So what else… Read More


Microsoft’s “IllumiRoom” Concept

Just recently, during the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show, Microsoft debuted an experimental technology that utilizes it’s Kinect sensor, a display projector and an Xbox 360 to extend your television’s screen beyond the borders of your TV. According to the project’s official page, “Our system uses the appearance and the geometry of the room (captured by… Read More