Tag Archives: Web Design

A Layered Approach

An often overlook element of the work-flow process is layers. All the Adobe products use layers. They are great – you can have a layer for every little line in your project if you want. It’s actually a great thing for editing a file later. So when aren’t they beneficial? When you haven’t named a single one of them and someone else has to use your file to edit a project. Note: the next person could be you in six months. Will you remember what Layer 135 is?

Parachutes and Javascript

I don’t have to work for the #1 ad agency in the world (some would ask well, why not?) but I have read some job descriptions that, while I could do it, it didn’t inspire me. That or the company left something to be desired. Did I apply? Yes, to a couple of them but since there are only so many jobs available on any given day and after I have taken care of any freelance work, there is inevitably down time. So, as my grandfather used to say, might as well do something even if it’s wrong. Meaning, doing something is better than nothing because it gets the ball rolling.

HTML5 for Web Designers

It is a great little book with lots of good examples of how to use these new HTML5 elements throughout. I highly recommend!

My Own Worst Design Enemy

A Corner of My Future Site I am currently in the process of redesigning my own website, which showcases a portfolio of my web design work along with my photography. It is long overdue and certainly could benefit from more copy and a more coherent design and flow. Looking at the site from a potential […]

Forays into twitter

So while I may not tweet myself, my current company certainly does and I figured it was only a matter of time before they were going to want to have their twitter pages more ‘design-y’ as they are wont to say. I was actually on the verge of offering to design one just to get […]

New Site Launch

The most recent launch in my portfolio of events is the November ProjectWorld event/conference. This program is what every advanced Project Manager or Business Analysts needs. It’s time to Re-Examine and Recharge core fundamentals, Lead Exceptional Execution through these challenging times and sustain long term growth for competitive advantage. This is the second event in […]