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Zen and Clients

Zen and Clients

  Working as a freelance graphic designer and web site developer can be wonderful most of the time. It’s not always roses and sunshine, and you often have to work extremely long days, weekends, holidays, etc., but, at least for me, it’s very much worth doing something you’re passionate about and being appreciated for your…

Preparing for your Business Web Site

Preparing for your Business Web Site

  At some point, you, as a business person with a sense of progress and desire for profit, decide you’re going to have a web site. You weigh the pros and cons of hiring a professional to do it for you as opposed to trying to tackle the job yourself. Whether you decide on one…

Do you need a Web Guru?

Do you need a Web Guru?

After discovering, to my amazement, that I had posted the 3000th(!) comment on graphic design guru David Airey‘s blog, I realized that I have a long way to go with my own, humble fledgeling blog. As well, it showed, once again, that there is always room for constructive criticism, and despite my many years of…

Helpful CSS Resource

It’s amazing what a knowledge of Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) can do for your web design. CSS can govern a great number of design parameters for a site and make life a lot easier. It does take some time to learn and it’s not entirely intuitive. However, I’ve come across a site that is just…

Free PDF Program Download

In the course of my research, I come across a variety of useful (although many more useless) links and resources. As a public service, I would like to mention some I feel are worth sharing. For those of us who need to create PDF files but don’t want to shell out hundreds of hard-earned dollars, especially when all…

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