Category Archives: Design
With the emergence of more and more varieties of internet-capable devices and the wide array of screen resolutions that come with them, much has been made of the need to design intelligently for different screen resolutions.
So for a few years now, my set-up has included a 17″ MacBook pro. Which has been great, I love the workspace. However it makes it a bit tough to find a good bag to carry it. Currently I have an extra-large Timbuk2 messenger bag.
I’ve recently become aware of the fact that I’ve let “things” go. Now, really I think I could say that truthfully about a lot of areas of my life. Sure, I’ve not been the best at helping my wife out with the dishes, doing laundry, or sorting through junk mail.
Ten things that I took from SXSWi this year
Recently I helped out Red Hot Organization, an international organization “dedicated to fighting AIDS through pop culture” with a refresh of their web site. The refresh included the addition of new features such as site-wide search, SEO improvements, as well as the creation of three separate blogs for the areas.
In my relatively short career, there is one over-arching lesson that I have learned. It being that the word “no” is not a “four-letter word”. It isn’t (since it has two letters), especially when dealing with a client. Slowly, I have and continue to learn that word’s importance my relationship with clients.
Recently we (Abidesco) launched a web site re-design for Abilene, TX-based marriage and family therapist Kurt Boyland’s counseling practice, Cedar Creek Counseling Service. My IA and mark-up development support fellow Abidesco partner Ryan Feerer’s simple, single-page design.