Anyone who knows anything about me knows that I am in absolute agreement with Greg Hoy about employing a rock-solid contract. I do, however, have a couple of salient points and one point of disagreement I'd like to share regarding his recent Cognition article entitled "Flattery is Overrated".
I am walking a path that I am building with my own two hands; I feel this is my greatest accomplishment.
As technology advances, job openings become a de facto proving ground for absurdly expansive applicant requirements. It is no small wonder job-seekers exaggerate their abilities on their CV's.
Success in business requires a passion for business.
Your fate as a business owner is in your own hands.
The following list is by no means exhaustive, but designers who are interested in creating a versioning process for their web site development using Git will find these resources helpful.
ExpressionEngine comments versus Disqus
UK designer, Brendan Dawes, unleashed a beast yesterday with his pointed criticism of the UK design community, entitled "I've got to say this. The UK web design scene is often just self serving, indulgent bullshit perpetuated by friends of friends."
Imitating a design is one thing, but taking credit for work you did not have a hand in producing is blatantly unethical.
iStockPhoto further devalues creativity by selling logos for bargain basement prices.
The economy has provided all the incentive "quote shoppers" need to hurt themselves.
After many years of providing free advice and countless hours spent reviewing resumes and portfolios, we can honestly report that we are a very hard-to-impress lot at 16toads. Which is a nice way of saying we don't fear for our jobs.