It’s been well over a year since I had our chief designer, Ty Carlson, for our Creative Services team redesign my website … but recently asked him to put on a new coat of paint. Ty is one of the most talented web designers I’ve known, redesigning some of Oklahoma’s largest blog sites this year […]
I was talking with our rockstar frontend developer Nathan Rice the other day and I realized that there seems to be two distinct ways to build and code websites — specifically, for how you cut up PSDs and put the CSS/XHTML code to them, or even tweak and modify sites. He builds it without previewing […]
Over at iThemes, I just released a primar guide on becoming a freelance WordPress developer. It’s basic and not too in-depth, but it includes many, if not all, of the tips, links and suggestions I’ve used after over a year of custom WordPress design and development. Check out our WordPress Developer Toolkit here.
We just finished up a web design project for Sean Carey’s Perfectly Fit Corporate Services website. Sean was a great client to work with and we’re happy to see the final project up and running for him and his business. The site uses WordPress as a content management system, so Sean and his staff can […]
Over the holiday season, my wife and I decided to take a long-delayed snow skiing vacation in the mountains of New Mexico (specifically Angel Fire). Anyway, today, while we were trying to head home, we learned Interstate 40 was closed due to snow conditions — from (believe it or not) Albuquerque to the Texas state […]