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Artificial intelligence (AI) is just starting to impact society. But that hasn’t stopped people from making bold proclamations. I’m particularly fond of the Doomsday scenarios. You know, the very darkest of sci-fi fantasies. The possibility of working for a machine sounds modern. I wonder how well it pays? Then there’s the idea that we must
I’ve been a freelance web designer since 1999. And I know where I’ll be most days. I’m usually here at my desk, plugging away at projects. But that’s where the predictability ends. That’s because my to-do list is subject to change. One request from a client can disrupt everything. No matter how much I plan.
Dreamweaver has long been a staple for web designers. The trailblazing tool was first released back in 1997 by Macromedia. I’ve been a user since 1999. I had a contracting gig. The client insisted that I use Dreamweaver. I wasn’t thrilled about this as I had come to despise WYSIWYG editors. The apps I tried
What do you see when reviewing your portfolio? Maybe it brings back memories of a challenge you faced or a difficult client. Perhaps you cringe at the sight of a dated look or extinct technology. I hear you. My career has had its share of hits and misses. I’ve felt embarrassed when looking through my
There are many products and tools aimed at the web design industry. It seems like something new arrives every day. They may vary in scope. But most have one thing in common: the promise of making our job easier. They claim to write code, offer advanced functionality, or add killer special effects. These solutions aim
Web designers work with all types of clients. They can span a wide range of industries and organizational structures. Even those of us who work within a niche will see such variety. I’ve worked with everyone, from solo entrepreneurs to large organizations. It’s interesting to pick out the similarities and differences. And it has helped