Nov 25, 2014 — Site News

A Return to Writing

A few winters ago, I was in Massachusetts with a group of friends walking to the local bakery. We were chatting back and forth, telling jokes, and mostly self-absorbed as we made our way down…

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Sep 03, 2014 — Advice · Freelance · Work

3 Common Freelance Myths Debunked

I’ve been self-employed for the last six years and it has been a challenging but equally rewarding experience. I regularly receive business questions via email and am often amazed at what others perceive the freelance…

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Aug 06, 2014 — Humor · Web Design

Web Designer Lifespan

A lighthearted observance on the career of a Web Designer… Year 1: “Huh, why does Photoshop have an Export HTML option?” *click* “Holy crap, I’m a WEB DESIGNER!!!” Year 2: “Yeah, I can build you a website…

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Apr 07, 2014 — Life

The Rock Collection

On my office desk sits a jar filled with rocks, none of which are rare or have any monetary value. Whenever my wife and I travel, we find a pocket-sized rock, tote it back home,…

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Feb 12, 2014 — Advice · Life · Work

Choose Your Role Models Wisely

I’m a proud husband and father, two roles I gladly devote a lot of my time to. I’m a homeowner and self-proclaimed mechanic as well—another way of saying I’m always fixing something. My family and…

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Jul 03, 2013 — Inspiration · Life

What I Learned From Blind Camp

In the summer of 2002, I was a counselor at a camp for children who were blind or visually impaired. My mother, Patty, helped form the organization and was also camp chef (affectionately known by…

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Apr 29, 2011 — Design · Dribbble

Finding Inspiration on Dribbble

Dribbble is described as a show and tell for creatives, a place where designers and developers can share small screenshots of what they’re working on. Personally, I’ve found it to be much more. On top…

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