Monthly Archives: September 2011

Google Webfonts

I am such a geek. A font geek! I’m not sure when Google upgraded the webfonts interface or when they went from “alot” of fonts to “hundreds”, but the new interface looks great! Some girls swoon over rock stars and … Continue reading

Design Is About Problem Solving

Every good design is created to solve a problem. So the first step in any design is to define what problem you’re trying to solve. There are many potential problems a website might solve, and every good site has its … Continue reading

Kudos to Windows 7?

I know, usually you don’t expect me to say much nice about Microsoft. But I use a Windows7 machine because I need it for work, and I’ve actually been favorably impressed with Windows 7. It strikes me as a great … Continue reading

Content first

For my overhaul, I decided to take the opposite tack of many designers. Instead of designing a pretty shell and trying to fit my content to it, I’m going to start with the content and then design around it. For … Continue reading

That’s right. It’s time to start fresh

Decided it’s time to do away with the old html and site structure. It’s been a good three years since my last redesign, and even then I didn’t update the code, just gave it a new look. SO. If this … Continue reading