Estimates are the life blood of our industry. If anyone out there is getting jobs consistently without having to go through an estimation process, you’ve got some dark magic going on that I’d love to know more about. Estimates are a double edged sword though; we need them to get jobs, but the work is non-billable.
Posted: April 12, 2010
Noah Stokes and I think alike. With each post of his I find myself more and more in line with the same experiences/frustrations/inspirations as he. We also have a ridiculously similar sense of humor. He’s a funny guy, and he’s said a number of things that I’ve either thought or haven’t afforded articulation quite yet. […]
Posted: March 10, 2010
We’re all smitten with CSS3. It’s reinvigorated that sense of newness that CSS and Web Standards brought our way just a few years ago. We’re able to more easily replicate the set of design standards that has become nearly universal much faster than before with just a few CSS declarations. There are a number of CSS3 rules I’d be writing for each and every project, but I’m just not sure it’s as ready for prime time as many designers are making it out to be.
Posted: February 08, 2010
Project management and timeline development is a very important part of professional Web design.
Posted: March 02, 2009
A small writeup surrounding the release of my first two WordPress Plugins
Posted: February 08, 2009
I’ve got a strong distaste for using WYSIWYG editors in content management systems, but it has become the accepted norm.
Posted: November 10, 2008
Presenting flat comps for Web design isn’t in your best interest. Take the next step and provide designs as what they are; websites.
Posted: September 22, 2008
The better the client, the more accurate your estimation will be. But what makes a good client?
Posted: September 08, 2008
How much is too much when giving clients access to their website via content management system? How is design integrity retained?
Posted: August 18, 2008