Yep, it’s really that simple. There’s a reason why the waterfall approach is a mainstay of web design: it works. After a decade of WordPress websites, I have my process down to a science.
Our love of the “eternal return” in Hollywood isn’t anything new, and Star Wars: The Force Awakens is no exception to the rule.
In the vast majority of contemporary genre writing (in the novel form, and particularly in science fiction), writers have a slow rate of revelation, blending world-building factoids scene-to-scene, rather than in front-loading blobs.
Gutenberg is not a horrifying nightmare after all. It’s actually quite nice, and it’s going to allow us to build custom themes for clients that grant them an unprecedented level of control.
Kingfish Media hired me to develop the redesign for Ascot Group, a worldwide insurance / reinsurance company. Ascot operates in the USA, Bermuda, and the UK as well as operates a specialty underwriter called Ethos, and so its multiple identities needed to be reflected in the structure of the build.
Leverage MailChimp’s email designer when you’re saddled with a different CRM’s tools: your web editor can edit templates in MailChimp instead of your CRM.