Many web designers think of design as an outlet for creativity.
Yes, creativity helps immensely in this job.
But there’s many of us who believe that being a designer it goes a bit deeper.
I believe that design should be focused on solving problems and understanding business objectives first and foremost.
How do we determine what problems we are actually solving?
Communication is a huge part of that equation.
Long before a visual designer opens Photoshop, or a web developer cracks open a code editor, they should spend as much time as possible talking to their clients. Here’s why.
WordPress has built in functions that deal with dates and times. A few of these of these functions are
A common question for website owners is “How do I automatically change the copyright year in WordPress?”
Most WordPress themes have a place in the footer for copyright information or site credits.
Sometimes this is in the
footer.php file, sometimes it’s not. It depends on the theme.
I’d like to show you not only how to change the copyright year automatically, but also how to change all types of dates in WordPress.
All our lives we’ve been told to improve the areas where we’re weakest.
If you’re unskilled at something, the common wisdom is to work on skill that really hard so you can eventually be a well-rounded individual. A human Swiss army knife, if you will.
A lot of that same mentality carries over into running a business.
And what happens is you have business owners trying to do all these things that they’re not really good at, because that’s what they think they should be doing.
Instead of knowing what we’re best at, and focusing on those strengths, we try to do it all. That leaves us being inefficient at everything.