Monthly Archives: November 2010

Baby Steps

Over the course of the past three months, one lesson has  become abundantly clear.  I have a lot yet to learn about web design and computer science, and most likely, always will.  I have just started to scratch the surface … Continue reading

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Open a New Chapter by Closing with Tradition

On Saturday, December 4, 2010, the Universities of Nebraska & Oklahoma will meet for the 86th time in football competition.  This rivalry began in 1912 and the teams have been members of the same conference since 1928.  Although, this will … Continue reading

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With Design in Mind

The most important thing to consider in web design is AUDIENCE.  Web sites are, in the simplest terms, a form of communication.  In order to ensure that you communicate the right message, you have to know what you want to … Continue reading

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Lost in Translation

I have been sitting at this keyboard for about five minutes now.  I’ll type a sentence and then I’ll hold down the backspace button and erase it all.  I want to explain how learning design process, web law and XHTML & JavaScript coding have … Continue reading

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Life Lessons from Sam Abell

I spent yesterday evening, election night, at a symposium sponsored by Canon U.S.A., Inc. featuring  National Geographic photographer and author, Sam Abell.  I am not, and do not intend to be a photographer, but I thought the insight that Mr. … Continue reading

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