web geekery & autodidactism


I’m Gian Faye, a web geek from the Philippines. I’ve been doing web design and development for 7 years and I’m currently focusing on front-end development and user experience design.


I’m presently working as a Front-End Developer for a Singapore-based company.

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If you are interested to know more about my skills and the tools I use, contact me. My current expertise is on front-end development and UX – from wireframes to markup and CSS.


Around 2010 I started up a blog, Loading-Info, where I posted tech-related articles. It’s still live but since I went serious with web dev’t, my blogging activities dropped. Even so, it was my headstart on gaining interest in web development. (Who would believe it got me my first job?) The blogging community is a very interesting market - I met interesting people and was introduced to a wide range of topics and niche.

Here are some of the articles I scattered around the interwebs:

You can also check the Blog section of this site to read more recent articles.


Aside from web technologies, I am very interested in forensic science specializing in computer forensics, anything about InfoSec, the maker culture, the Internet of Things, and MOOC. If I’m not tinkering stuff on the internet, you can catch me watching video lectures on Coursera, PluralSight, or Udacity.


Let’s talk about our fandom! I am fond of obsessed with Doctor Who, Supernatural, Sherlock Holmes and his deductions, The Big Bang Theory, Game of Thrones, Hannibal, Arrow, Star Wars, Seth Godin’s head blog, Isaac Asimov, Japan, playing Goat Simulator, polymaths like Leonardo da Vinci, works of Ryoichi Ikegami and Satoshi Kon, films by Darren Aronofsky and Lars Von Trier, scores by Clint Mansell, trying my best to fly a chopper on GTA, making gyrocopters fly, literary works of Dante Alighieri, art of Joe Fenton, Chaim Machlev, and Joan Cornella, listening to Marilyn Manson, Apocalyptica, Arctic Monkeys, MCR, post-hardcore and symphonic metal bands, Maksim Mrvica, Schubert’s Standchen, and Edvard Grieg’s intro on his Piano Concerto in A minor Op. 16.