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Geoff Campbell: Recap: I made a WordPress Website last year

Note: I wrote this post in early January when I was reviewing what I had completed in 2016. It’s important reflect back sometimes and I realized that I had not properly highlighted some work I did outside of work. When you’re starting out in “building a brand” or, at least creating a professional website that […] . . . → Read More: Geoff Campbell: Recap: I made a WordPress Website last year

Scripturient: Blog & Commentary: Pondering Responsive web design

I’ve been building websites since the early 1990s, and have had my own websites continually since 1995. For a few years, I did website design and analysis for commercial clients – mostly small local businesses. I even taught web design at a local adult learning centre for a couple of years. Way back when the . . . → Read More: Scripturient: Blog & Commentary: Pondering Responsive web design

cmkl: On the occasion of the website re-launch

So today marked the finale of a two year campaign to re-design, re-engineer and re-everything the flagship website where I work. And after the most excruciating day of bickering about DNS changes, being incredulous about block translation bugs, and general angst, this was waiting for me at home. My heart melted.

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mark a rayner | scribblings, squibs & sundry monkey joys: Hand drawn grids

When I’m not posting nonsense here, and writing novels that you can (ahem), buy here, I teach at the Faculty of Information and Media Studies, at Western. A lot of what I teach is web stuff, and this involves me … Continue reading →

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