My relationship with Themify dates back to before Themify was a company. I was regularly reading a blog called Web Designer Wall. Nick La, the man behind Web Designer Wall, later started Themify. Themify was a theme company that benefitted from many of Nick’s CSS and HTML approaches. Since I was already an avid follower […]
Since I am currently based in Hawaii, I don’t get the opportunity to present at conferences as often. Here is a video of me presenting at WCLAX 2017. Hope you learn lots. Let me know what you think!
Email marketing is the most effective form of marketing. However, the unique challenge for the email marketer is building a quality email list. I do not recommend buying email contacts from outside sources. It is best to build your email list through your events, website, mobile application, etc. To build a quality email list from […]
Why is a process so important? One of the most notable differences between successful and unsuccessful designers has little to do with the quality of their final product. Of course, creative work must be “good.” However, a clumsy creative process often leads to a negative experience for the client. The half-baked process, its presentation to […]
At 1:27pm, February 5th, 2017 I received the following message via email. Thank you so much for answering our call for speakers for WordCamp San Diego 2017. We would be honored to have you present your talk, “Flexbox for WordPress” on Saturday, March 25th. Please confirm whether or not you are able to speak within the […]
In the SSL era, bots and hackers are on the rise. Never have we seen so much potential for damage so quickly. Many think cost effective solutions elude most of us because of our limited budget or our technical knowledge. CloudFlare is the solution to the problem just described. This post is based on a presentation I recently attended, where 15-year cyber-security expert, Jim Walker (hackrepair.com), openly vouched for CloudFlare as a free security measure. This article summarizes Jim’s presentation.
Foreward: Why Themify? As a web developer dealing with the constant landscape changes on the internet, one can find it difficult to keep up. For years I’ve been checking into Web Designer Wall (webdesignerwall.com). The author, Nick La (@NickLa) does an amazing job at getting a jump on trends and adapting to them before they […]