It’s on. I’ve given myself a deadline of September 1 to launch a new cdharrison.com. And I won’t be alone. Greg Newman (@20seven) and Bryan Veloso (@bryanveloso) are going to participate as well. We’re calling it a Personal Site Sprint and we’re going to document the process as we go along.
I made some minor changes to the site this morning. Notably, the site is no longer 640px wide. I opted to increase the overall width to 960px so that I could add a sidebar. As I develop this iteration out further, the reason I added the sidebar will be more apparent. I have done no… Continue reading Minor Tweaks
I finally took the plunge and switched over to using Sandbox for WordPress. I’m hoping to have some time over the coming weeks to apply my own design to it… for the time being, this one will work. Stay tuned.
Well, the new site design is here… sort of. I’m still working on a lot of behind the scenes stuff… but I felt like where I am with everything is much better than where I was with the previous iteration of the site. So, without further adieu, here’s Effercio – version 14 of cdharrison.com. There’s… Continue reading Far From Done
Months of hard work have finally paid off – we launched the new MAU.com, just moments ago. The site was an awesome undertaking. We had to convert several years worth of static content, and reorganize it in a logical way. We worked closely with MAU staff to ensure everything worked the way the organization needed… Continue reading We Have Liftoff: MAU.com
I thought my issues with Blogger were over. They aren’t. I’m still getting Broken Pipeline errors when I try to publish. I got no response from Blogger. I guess this is to be expected from such a big company… especially one offering free applications. After evaluating several blog applications, I have decided to make the… Continue reading Changes Coming
Jason Fried posted a teaser screenshot of a new layout they’ll be rolling out for Basecamp in the Basecamp Forums. I’m liking it so far… This is also cool, because this marks the first time (that I can recall) where 37Signals made users aware of a change before they made it… Nice work guys!