Posted on Saturday, February 25, 2012 - 2:43pm by greg.

Wow - can't imagine that fulltime web folks make enough money. We have pulled 12 shows for Alice's online portfolio, and uploaded photos from each. She had to sit and patiently go through each show, choosing the images, and then I had to resize, upload and link them in. What the heck do people do who don't live together when they're building a website?

Maybe that's a new niche waiting to be filled - "Comforts of Home Web Services", where the client and the designer can just live together for the duration of the build so the one is there when the other has a question. 

Then of course there's the back-end brainpower that's putting all the horsepower under the hood. Zach and Michelle have been oh-so-patient as I climb this Himalayan learning curve.

 

 

Posted on Saturday, January 28, 2012 - 11:57am by greg.

Caffeine-driven, motivated and uploading. I hope the store module will be as well received as we plan it to be. 

Posted on Wednesday, January 25, 2012 - 11:59am by greg.

Well, after a couple few late nights and a pretty steep learning curve, the portfolio section of our new site is ready for prime time. Next up, I'll tackle the production area and then the store module. Couldn't do any of this without a lot of help from Michelle and Zach. i can't say enough good things about their patience and skills!

Posted on Monday, January 16, 2012 - 7:14pm by greg.

The uploading of the photos and wording of the work has begun. We've had the site in dev mode for 6 months, time for me to get a move on and upload some content! I'm fairly excited about this project as well as the LRLR.org website. I've put a lot of effort into that one over the last few days, and now feel almost ready to work on this one!

Posted on Sunday, July 31, 2011 - 4:32pm by michellego4.

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