I met with a local client yesterday, we're working on our first project together. While explaining why I recommended we move in a certain direction, he stopped me and said "I don't care about the code! I just want results"
We've all see popup alerts like the one above. Quite ugly, isn't it. You can spend all the time in the world creating a certain look and feel for your site. However, should you need to use an 'alert' for
I've been working on tweaking a new theme for the blog. While I like the theme that I have been using, it falls short in a few areas. It lacks social sharing buttons, and few other features that I want
I graduated a month ago. WOW, how time flies. The past 30 days have been a period of adjustment. One thing I have had to adjust is my spending habits, specfically tracking my dollars, and having a plan for them.
I've been thinking about creating my own CSS grid framework, simply because sometimes I feel like the frameworks I use are overkill for the scope of some of my projects. I have found that I use Neat more than any