This parable helps keep me from overreacting — negatively or positively — when “big” news happens. Of course, it also applies to news of all sizes.
It just takes a few smart clicks to create ready-to-use images of any website in a range of popular mobile device "frames."
A check-in to say how it’s going with the new business and to announce my revamped website.
Forget convoluted sequences of seemingly random characters. Instead, go long. Even better, let software handle it for you.
Procrastination makes the whole world dimmer. For posterity, here are the tricks I know of to get the ball rolling.
Website projects of many different shapes and sizes can often benefit greatly from a “ready, fire, aim” approach of rapid launch and iteration rather than a traditional print-based process.
Sometimes it's useful to show different images (or image crops) on different screen sizes and shapes. Here’s a quick introduction to the idea.
Let’s say you want to read on your gadget in a dark space (maybe next to a person who wants to sleep). You’ve turned the brightness all the way down and it’s still lighting up the room like a fireworks display. Time for Halloween Mode.
Early morning is the only time I know I’ll be able to do something consistently every day. Here’s what I've been doing lately.
Do you like saving time and money? Then this process is for you.