Tuesday News Round Up

As I was digging through my RSS feeds today I found a bunch of useful information that I thought I would pass on. Starting off there is a great article on the implementation of sIFR3. It takes you from a discussion on how to implement it to the what if questions regarding the lack of […]

EINBAU.ca Launched

I just launched einbau.ca a site for an architectural millwork company in Whitby Ontario. The hardest part of this project was choosing just a few pictures to show off their beautiful work. Check out the gallery for the finalists.

Changing the default ‘required’ in cformsII to an image

I recently had a client request a red asterisk instead of the default (required) that comes with cformsII the wordpress plugin. As it was actually my first time using cformsII in any fashion I started with a quick search to see if there was a documented work around to make this happen. While I did […]

News around the Blogoshpere

I thought today I would bring you up to speed with some of the neat things I found in my feedreader today. Smashing Magazine is offering 67 free photoshop brushes today. They are free to use for any project but not to distribute. Over at Niki’s DesignO’Blog there are some very cool tech coasters that […]

5 Blogs Beginning Web Designers Should Read

Boagworld Boagworld was one of the first blogs I started to follow when getting into web design. Paul Boag and Marcu Lillington host this podcast for all of those people who are working with websites on a daily basis. Most of the blogging content is directly related to the audio podcast they also offer. I […]

Freelancers Make yourself Accessible

A number of my readers are freelancers. We are always trying to find ways to get more work in the door with the least amount of effort. Often for freelancers that means using email. I would often much rather talk to a client via email than over the phone. It’s quick and I can fit […]

Upgrade to CS4?

So many of us have heard that Adobe has announced Sept. 23rd as the product launch date for CS4. I personally have been using DW CS4 since the private beta came out a few months ago and while I love it I still wonder if it is worth the expense of the upgrade to CS4. […]

Moving a WordPress Blog

Over the next few weeks I will be moving this hosted blog to a self hosted site as part of my continued effort to improve my search engine optimization and marketing. I thought that it would be fun to take you along. So…. After doing some research (this is my first wordpress implementation) I decided […]

Cool Web Developments

Surfing through my RSS feeds today I came upon a number of very cool web developments that I thought I would bring to your attention. IE 8 InPrivate browsing. Pulled from ArsTechnica. Looks like IE 8 may mean that analytics programs we use to track our site traffice will no longer work. One of the […]

Today’s News

While readingĀ  through my feeds today I noticed a post from Sitepoint regarding the use of IE 6. While most of us web designer’s wish IE a quick and painful death we always wonder if we really can stop supporting it. Many notable sites have stopped (37signals) but for the rest of us can we […]