Tell me: What did you wish you had known when you first built a website? If you’ve never built a site, what are your biggest concerns and questions?
A short little rant for the day.
Too often, I find that a client and I can have a 30 minutes conversation before realizing we’re not talking about the same thing. Other times, something “obvious” to one person is incomprehensible to the other. Why does this happen?
A thought on emails, “bad writing,” and expressive punctuation.
Software settings can only personalize so much. In the end, we must balance the need to find something that makes sense to us with learning how it’s intended to be used.
A couple recent projects have highlighted the need to focus on impact and programming when explaining to website visitors what exactly you do. Here’s what I’m thinking.
Some basic thoughts about the importance of reading comments. The rationale for doing so comes straight out of your 7th grade reading class.