Chip Cullen is a senior front-end developer at PBS. He cares deeply about performance, accessibility, and design systems. He began his career as a designer, and through various stops along the way has made the switch to development. He lives outside of Washington, DC, where he enjoys running, roughhousing with his kids, cooking for his wife, and watercolor painting.
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Sometimes we need to go through the clothes in our closet item by item to separate the chaff, cruft, and impulse buys from what we truly need. An occasional performance audit done by hand, argues Chip Cullen, gives us a detailed picture of our work, increases our awareness of what we ask of our users, and allows us to shape our findings in ways that make sense to stakeholders.