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This is a beautiful thing. Dan Mall is one of those guys that you can tell does his job really well. In this post he outlines so many of the lessons Kevin and I have learned at Iron to Iron when it comes to handling inquiries. Client inquiries are the lifeblood of our business, they’re […]
PHP Tips and Tricks – Codular. I love PHP. I love tips. I love tricks. This article has all three! While some may see these as PHP basics, I remember well the first time I discovered these things. It was a great day. Ternary Operators Class Autoloading Dynamic Variables Referencing Relative Time Calculation Good stuff […]
Google’s Let’s Make the Web Faster and Page Speed Firebug add-on can help you optimize your Web pages.
Time is very important in Web design. Here are a few tips to keep that time to a minimum, allowing for budgeted experimentation and polish.
It’s important to constantly improve yourself, even when you’ve become completely comfortable with it. CSS is a simple technology, but putting proper thought behind it can make a stylesheet beautiful.
Having an effective browser test suite for Web design should be a terribly important part of your process.
Internet Explorer 6 should not be abandoned. Instead you should plan for IE6 and gracefully degrade.
Getting burnt out at work is possibly the worst thing to happen for any creative. Here are some things I try to do as soon as I discover I may be burnt out.
A recent project got me thinking about combining Super-Easy Blendy Backgrounds with CSS constants.
Although I’ve tried to optimize communication patterns in as many ways as possible, I’ve found that (like Web design and development) experience is the best thing you can do. Use your experience to alter the way you do things to improve your communication process both internally as well as with clients. Effective communication leaves much more time to do what we love to do, create.