I’m implementing a post I’m going to start doing called Recap (the concept is more important than the name) where every week I’ll be dropping links to some things I’ve been involved in throughout the week, whether that’s site developments or new blog/writing being published, etc. I’ll use this to go back and grab past work of mine, but I hope it will be fun to read through as well.
Note: This post will have more blog posts than normal, since I’ll go ahead and post links to all the guest-blogging I’ve done up until now.
- 5 Things to Remember When Designing a Large Poster for Church
This may be something only a few designers are interested in (particularly church designers) but it’s really no more than the guidelines I use for myself each time I make a big banner. Thanks to Cory for posting it.
- Results Only Blogging Environment
Added to Daily Blog Tips this week, and a pretty good response overall.
- The Revolution of Inclusive Design
I took a step out with this one, and tried to draw some connections between open applications and design.
Southwest Alliance Church Website
I helped Southwest, an up and coming church in Illinois, get their preliminary website online this past week. It’s simple and modest, but I think it will work really well for them right now. It’s also exciting that their Pastor is going to be blogging on a weekly basis, so I’m looking forward to coaching him through that.
A Lil’ Bit Older
- Resources for Video Blogging
It is what it is. A big list of video blogging resources and information.
- Widen Your Blog for Goodness Sake
Sort of a pet peeve/ranting post, but it generated some massive discussion that I was proud to have spurred.
- Why Transitional Doctypes are Better for WordPress Blogs
Another slightly controversial post from early on at DBT, but I still stand by what I said.
- Side by Side: The Ustream.tv Redesign
Because critiquing design is just fun.
- WP Text Ads Review
This one really launched my whole “guest blogging” career (can you really call it that) so it holds a special place for me. Especially since ProBlogger is such a massive blog. How lucky was that?