Best practices for using placeholder content in design and development. Plus a few of my favorite placeholder content generators.
When the results came out for the Design Tools Survey last year it was really interesting to see what the industry standards were and how I as a designer compared. In my industry, it’s so easy to fall behind, so I’m happy to see I’m right on track. Here’s a look at what’s in my… Read more »
Hi friends! Today I am excited to reveal the launch of my updated design at TheLovelyGeek.com! I’ve been working busily behind the scenes for quite some time on the new design (hence the lack of blogging), so it’s a great feeling to finally launch it! Let’s take a tour!
This week I officially became a lovely geek by getting my first pair of glasses, promoted Dave Ramsey at church, kept busy at work, and continued committing to GitHub.
My new blog is live! Check out the behind the scenes on what I’ve done in comparison to my last blog.
After many quarters of watching my friends participate, it was finally my turn to be in the quarterly Portfolio Show. When you’re a graduate in the portfolio class, part of the requirement is to participate in the show. You get to stand at a table with your web site up on the TV for 4… Read more »
Like Senior Project Development, this class required taking on a real life client for a web project. For Senior Project Studio, I took on two clients: River City Pool Care and Sundance Embroidery. Sundance Embroidery Sundance Embroidery is an embroidery shop located in my hometown. The business is primarily known as the go-to place for… Read more »
Recently I’ve begun messing around with LESS. I was kind of forced into it because we’re starting to use it at work, and in order for me to edit those sites I need to know what I am doing. My coworker pointed me to a few articles to help me get started, plus Developer Drive… Read more »
For my Database Concepts class our final was to build a photo gallery site . I created a small site called Photolicious. I created a similar photo gallery a few quarters back as a small project for Interface Design class, but this time I took the design and build further. Users have the ability to… Read more »
In my Advanced Web Based Programming we worked with PHP/MySQL and ultimately learned how to create a full blown membership site. Every week we learned a new technique which led up to having the necessary back-end parts for our membership site. Then it was just a matter of us choosing the kind of membership site… Read more »