I wanted to put together a basic introduction to website UX for those inexperienced with web design, or those putting what they do know to work for their personal websites. To do that, I asked my friend Gabby Manotoc, a New York-based product design lead, some questions based on the issues and concerns I typically see.
One of author Emilie Kefalas’ core beliefs is that there are no bad ideas, and she was more than happy to share her thoughts on this subject.
To celebrate my 10th anniversary of blogging, I sifted through all I’ve learned in the last decade to give you 10 pieces of advice for blogging in the long-term.
With so many blogs out there, turning your blogging hobby into a full-time job can be a challenge — to say nothing of how hard it is to stand out from the many others. To ensure you can successfully make the switch to a blogging career, here are six vital tips.
Last week, when a coworker asked me about how I check my work email at home, she was surprised to hear me say that I don’t check it at home. “Oh, you mean you can’t get to your email unless you’re using your work computer?” she asked with a slightly concerned smile. As if I’d…… Continue reading Work-Life Balance: Leaving Work at Work
By this point, I’ve gone to a few different conferences and conventions along the east coast. I’ve been to a tiny anime convention in Virginia Beach and I’ve been to New York Comic Con (in costume both times). I have attended a single-day journalism conference in Virginia, a brief journalism seminar/conference in Athens, GA, and…… Continue reading Prepping to Attend a Convention
This little reunion was one of the best ways to start the new year. Over the last month, there was a lot for me to be happy about. Christmas with the family had been wonderful. Progress on The Thieves of Traska was in an excellent place. I went to Albany to see a friend and go to a…… Continue reading Progress: Getting organized after losing a job