I’ve found, on a daily basis, that many people have misconceptions, or are totally ignorant about, the process of getting a web site designed. Many of you know what I’m talking about and the rest of you are probably still in the dark. For those of you who already know what I mean, we should get together and write a book someday. The rest of you, keep reading; I have some confessions that may help you on your next web design project.
Continue reading “Confessions of a Freelance Web Designer”
Hopefully, without sounding like another design snob, I’d like to list some popular blogs that I hope get a redesign in 2009.
Firefox is a huge part of what I do as a web designer (aka Pixel Pimp) and a Social Media Skank. Along the way I’ve gone through my fair share of crappy addons while keeping the ones I found most helpful. Here’s a list of the 18 addons I’ve kept around; hopefully you can find them useful as well.
Ay shawwwty, wha’yo flava iis?
What happened to the design?
It’s CSS Naked Day!
The idea behind this event is to promote Web Standards. Plain and simple.
This includes proper use of (x)html, semantic markup, a good hierarchy structure,
and of course, a good ‘ol play on words. It’s time to show off your <body>.
To know more about why styles are disabled on this website visit the
Annual CSS Naked Day website for more information.