About a year-and-a-half ago, I switched from a flat HTML web site to using WordPress (WP), mainly because I wanted to start blogging (although you an’t really tell by the archives, or lack thereof). The current design was in the works several months before the actual switch to WP, and looked much better on paper … Continue reading To WordPress or Not to WordPress?
I have grossly neglected posting for awhile, but things have been a bit busy lately. To try and get into a routine of posting, I will attempt to at least give a weekly posting of other links that caught my eye from the past week. Blue Flavor Redesigns The folks at Blue Flavor, a Seattle-based … Continue reading Five for Friday 2008.04.09
Things have been extremely busy here for the last several months, to say the least. I’ve started and completed a lot of new projects over the last six months as well as attended SXSW 2007. Blog posts have been too few and far between to my liking, but when it comes between client and personal … Continue reading New projects
I’ve been asked to do the difficult task of recommending books of how to learn good web design by a few people lately. It’s difficult for several reasons. First, there are a number of quality books out there, it makes it hard to keep the list short. Second, this industry has changed and grown so … Continue reading Books for Starting Web Designers
I’m proud to announce that the redesign of the Lithik Systems Inc. web site was recently featured on Creative Latitude’s