The first and only account I ever had with LinkedIn since their first days on the web is finally purged. Continue reading “Goodbye, LinkedIn!”
I’ve been sitting on the sidelines as a designer and watching as Apple created its first iPhone, then its next, and its next. Technically, it has changed but in design, hardly. If I were visually impaired, I would see the iPhone as not having changed much over time. Sure, it has gone from square to round edges and a better camera, but where has it not? Continue reading “The iPhone redesign that saved Apple’s falling stock”
There are many tutorials for the items I want to learn. Usually I learn when doing a personal project because I’m challenging myself there and when I’m building a new site for a client. Here’s my design wishlist of projects to learn.:
- docked navigation
- CSS3 animations
- Parallax scrolling
- typography mashups
I met a new client at the end of July 2014 and only now in mid-September 2014, after lots of back and forth, primarily getting content from them, lots of looking for design inspiration and lots of praying for a good design, it’s finally coming together. Tomorrow, I meet with them to go over the inspiration I’ve found and talk about the lawn care business aspects. Praying that that will bring about a full-circle splash of colors and a renewed confidence in what I’ll have for them at the end. I’m all about doing my best for the client and not copping out for a cheap template design.