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Design is not a Commodity

Let me know if you ever had this kind of conversation in your life. “How many hours will it take you to build the website?”

Conference Primer 101

Recently, I snagged a seat for the Pro/Design Conference in New York City. I also recently submitted a proposal to speak at the upcoming WordCamp Lancaster PA conference….

In Haus Kreativ

On a Saturday, if I don’t have to, I don’t wake up before 8am. Some of you might laugh and roll your eyes a bit and think that…

Good Morning, Mr. President.

Every morning when I get into the office, I pour myself a big cup of coffee and I pull up a few regular tabs in my browser before…

Building a Design Community

It’s about 5am when I started writing this post and already I’ve sent out more then a dozen emails reaching out to some those in my design community…

Should Designers Code? A Continuation

This past March I wrote a post titled “Should Designers Code?” and it generated a lot of discussion. As all good SEO experts would suggest, I spread this…

Making Freelance Easier

I told myself that I would never make a list for a post, but here I am. Currently, I’ve been working on a lot of web development for…

Design is an Investment

Recently, I saw a post from a friend and professional colleague of mine, Marco Echevarria of Burn Creative, talking about requests from prospective clients who want their logo…

Collected Advice for Design Students

In light of graduation happening soon, I’ve gone through some of my old work and notes and I’ve compiled some advice and insights that I have gained from…

Good things come to those who hustle

In my Asana task list, I have anywhere from 10-30 projects in various stages of development. There are tasks like optimizing my site images and filling out more…

Slow Your Roll

When I was young, I was very ambitious. I wanted to be an architect like Frank Lloyd Wright, someone who is famous world over for organic architecture. I…

Barcamp Harrisburg 6

Last year, I heard about Barcamp Harrisburg and eagerly followed the action on Twitter. Megan Fister, organizer of the Central Penn Adobe User Group, aka CPAUG, did an…