Profile page of Eric Howey

Eric's headline: Mental health therapist full time and front-end web developer, in my spare time. He/Him.

Eric's email: eric@erichowey.dev
Eric's website: www.erichowey.dev/
Eric's location: Canada
Joined: January 2018
Eric's job title: Web Developer
Eric is Available for work

How to setup a staging website with SANITY
- Guide

Edit code and make revisions without fear - deploy a staging website with SANITY spaces API.

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Gatsby Theme Catalyst Bery
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A minimalist personal blog featuring a Gatsby frontend and SANITY backend with automatic RSS feeds, and sortable posts.

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Gatsby Theme Catalyst
- Starter

A minimalist integration of Gatsby and SANITY designed as a starting point to accelerate your development workflow.

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Validation snippets for SANITY.io
- Guide

A few handy copy and paste snippets for handling input validation in your content studio.

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Using Theme UI with SANITY.io
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Learn how to integrate SANITY.io block content with Theme UI styles on your frontend

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Form submission using Gatsby, SANITY, Netlify and React Hook Form
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A walk through of creating a contact form in Gatsby that submits to both an email address and a backend database using SANITY. The form itself will be built using React Hook Form and also integrate with Netlify forms.

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I am a frontend web developer by passion. I have degrees in philosophy and social work, not computer science. I enjoy the juxtaposition between creating websites and my full time job as a mental health therapist. Fixing a line of code is reassuringly certain when contrasted with the nuance of human experience.

I don't do rushed projects. Slow is smooth and smooth is fast.

I believe that building an engaging, fast and user friendly website is a careful process. It requires problem solving and creativity. I only work on a few projects per year and appreciate the artisanship of a well crafted product.