Missing Windows from Using Multiple Monitors

I love large work spaces!  My home office features 3 large 20 inch monitors (and I need them).   When I leave my duly appointed castle, I travel with my well worn Acer wide-screen laptop.  Upon arrival at a work site …
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Why you Should Hire Me

I never represent myself quite as well as I’d like when I initially meet with a prospective client or in response to a job offer.  I do think I get a little better every time, but until I become the …
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Web Design in Austin Texas!

I’ve completed the relocation to Austin, Texas and am eager to begin working with local businesses.  Austin is a beautiful, modern city with a populace that is smart, savvy and intensely proud. I am anticipating a highly competitive market here …
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A sample logo design process.

There really isn’t a single ‘right’ way to design a good logo, nor is there a single process that will guarantee a great result. The best method really depends on both the designer and client as well as the particular …
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Goodbye old paint!

Design Onslaught has a new look!  I’ll miss the old design, but it was time to modernize and make some adjustments. The new look should be easier to navigate and should do a better job highlighting my articles and posts. …
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Simplicty gone too far!

Simplicity has its place in web design, but it is not, nor should it be, and over-riding design principle.  A designer shouldn’t start with a goal to make a website clean, simple or web 2.0.  These really aren’t goals at …
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Adding an Image Rotator to your WordPress Site

A popular feature for modern websites is a rotating image gallery or slide show showcasing features or products.   Although this is often a complex addition, the  Frontpage Slideshow WordPress Plugin makes it possible to add and edit an elaborate display …
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Growing an Active Forum

I imagine that scattered around our planet our tens of thousands of empty, deserted ghost towns.  A vast array of mini metropolises that never got off the ground, were abandoned, or just mysteriously died away.   In the same way, the internet …
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WordPress Monthly Archives for a Category

Occasionally when using WordPress as a Content Management System for a website I will use posts to organize content for areas of the website outside of a blog. For example, on the Happily Ever After Photography website I used posts …
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Mapping your home with Google Sketchup

If you’re thinking about re-decorating, moving or are renting a property you might find a 3D model of your property extremely helpful. With a great program called Google Sketchup this process is easy and free. How It’s Done 1. Use …
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A Google based calendar for wordpress.

I’m always looking for ways to make organization easier, more efficient, and well…  more fun.  In service of this, I am starting a new project to better communicate with my clients. I am publishing an availability calender within my blog …
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