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Code Agnosticism

February 5th, 2013

Code is the lifeline of a website. It is what enables your browser to display your website correctly and how websites, or networks, communicate with each other. Most people never see the code of a website and when they do, the code often appears to look like a foreign language. In fact, it is a language. A computer language.

Why do you want a website?

November 30th, 2012

Websites have evolved so much in the last 10 years. In fact, no other form of communication has grown this fast in known history. Every month technology improves, users become more informed and increased bandwidth and storage has made all things possible.

Project and Account managers watering down your design?

May 24th, 2012

You put out your RFP. You interview and you sort through all of the proposals. You spend hours researching and figuring which agency is going to be the best fit for you business. After months of work, meetings, phone calls and arguments your new brand rolls out.

Designing mindset

March 6th, 2012

I have designed some great websites over the years. I have designed some bad websites over the years. But what stays the same is the mindset at the beginning of each project. To do the best that I can within the parameters that I am given.

As a designer I look and think about things differently. I was taught it was called problem solving. Over the years i am not sure that it quite captures the essence of what i do on each project. My mind is compartmentalized into various categories. I can almost rearrange them like a site map. I can access this set of tasks, singular or plural and engage the process that is connected to each one.

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