Hello faithful readers! It’s been a while, huh?
This summer found me juggling a few bigger-than-expected projects and taking some much-needed time off in places like the Outer Banks of North Carolina:
— Mark Root-Wiley (@rootwiley) July 28, 2013
I also got to spend a glorious ten days on Oahu and Kaua`i in Hawai`i. That’s Waimea Canyon:
— Mark Root-Wiley (@MRWweb) August 22, 2013
Taken together, that meant I just didn’t have the time to devote to blogging that I wanted. But now I’m back, working on getting into the swing of things again, and breaking in a new computer (Hello, Windows 8. RIP, Dell Studio 1747.).
The lack of blog posts did not indicate a lack of blog post ideas. I’ve got a lot of writing to do but here are some likely upcoming topics:
- New [to me] best practices about using the “title” attribute.
- Updates to my WordPress plugins (once they’re updated, that is).
- Tips for clients working with developers and developers working with clients.
- Plenty of great links about topics including “translating” between stakeholders and estimating project scopes.
- Some really exciting website launches in early September.
I’m excited to get back to a regular Tuesday-ish posting schedule and I hope you’ll join me by reading posts and commenting to add your own opinions.