A look at what’s to come!

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So I’ve gotten tired of this web site thing that I have going here and I have started the process of building something that is cleaner and easier to use. Wordpress was added as an afterthought to the current design but the new one will be a fully functional theme, as it should be :). Lets take a look at a sneak peak!

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How My Mother Makes Me A Better Web Designer

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Sunday is Mother’s Day, the one day a year dedicated to the 365 they invest into us. Of course we can all attribute most of who we have become to our parents who helped to guide us through this world and keep us alive, probably for more years than we would assume. So I started thinking about how my mother makes me a better web designer.

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6 Qualities of Good Clients

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As a freelancer it is inevitable that you will encounter all kinds of clients to work with. To me it’s one of the best things about being a freelancer, getting to know people and helping them solve their problems is a very rewarding experience. While most of the time the end of a project results in two happy parties it is inevitable that sooner or later every freelancer will run into a client that makes a project feel like pulling teeth.

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Twitter World: You are BORING me!

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With my first tweet coming in August of 2009 I admit that I arrived to the Twitter scene much later than I should have. But in little more than half a year I have already started to become pretty bored with the service overall. Unfortunately it is not due to the core mechanics of Twitter or the idea behind it, instead the community of tweeters that I follow are simply boring me to tears. Why? Because they are using a Social Networking tool to be Anti-social, and that’s just frustrating!

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Skill Sets vs. Social Networks

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As a freelance designer I spend plenty of time reading posts and articles about how to best serve current or potential clients. I find that soaking up the wisdom of great designers matches beautifully with my charming demeanor and humble nature resulting in the happiest clients on the internet. One topic I have observed a divide in, is how to best serve a client who has a project that requires more than one skill set ( whether they know it or not). To me there are 2 solutions to this problem.

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