Perhaps the best feature of the new design though, is how it removes itself completely from the reading experience. Posts on the new Repose are more intimate and flow better as a result.
Whenever I create something, I dream of getting responses like this. So humbling and gratifying.
The best way to manage photos on your phone.
I’m really looking forward to using this.
The thing I like best here is that Justin got frustrated enough that he took the time to retrace his steps ans document them.
I’ve put up a detailed post on the Crowd Favorite blog that outlines the approach, process and execution phases of our redesign of Rands in Repose (and conversion of the site from Moveable Type to WordPress).
We’re putting a bunch of good content up on the Crowd Favorite blog these days. There are already a couple of project stories up there, and we’ve got a bunch of stuff in the pipeline, include some more product and technical posts.
Our top goals for the new Crowd Favorite website were:
- tell more stories about the cool stuff we’re doing
The blog is our main tool for #2, and I believe it will help us attract clients and customers that appreciate our brand of thoughtful approach to projects and products. You’ll see me linking to a bunch of stuff there – stuff that would occasionally be posted on this site instead. And yes, we’ve got a post on the “making of” for the Crowd Favorite site in the queue as well.
I’m all set for today’s Crowd Favorite cookie exchange. They are molasses ginger cookies. The recipe is courtesy of my parents’ next door neighbor, who is still going strong at 93 years old. I remember these fondly from my childhood.
I can’t wait to get into the iOS app game.
We’re looking to add a couple of exceptional individuals to our team. If you have a contribution to make, I look forward to talking to you. If you don’t already live in Denver we are happy to talk to you about relocation (a number of our hires over the last few years have moved to Denver to join our team).