tl,dr version Genesis is a lean, mean, flexible and powerful framework for building WordPress websites – once you’ve mastered it – and unfortunately that takes a lot of time. However the abundance of elegant Genesis child themes available with a codebase that can be trusted gives you a great head start on new projects. Slightly […]
NOTE: This post describes my initial experience with Genesis. I’ve written a newer post which describes my thoughts on Genesis after using it on several projects throughout the course of 6 months. I’ve spent around 4 hours of the last 24 in my life reevaluating my WordPress development workflow. Previously, I had been developing all of my WordPress […]
On January 14, 2014 I will be giving a presentation to students graduating from Thomas Jefferson School of Law. I will be teaching these students how they can set up a website on their own, and will be covering the following topics: What makes a good website? What’s possible to accomplish on your own, and […]
Note: I actually wrote this article on September 30, 2009 and it has sat as a draft post for the past 2 years. I never had enough conviction in my words to hit the “publish” button, and it became one of the many things I in my life that I had forgotten. However I re-read […]
I wanted to dedicate my first real blog post to the single most important piece of advice I can give anyone interested in making a website: Create good content. That’s it. Providing visitors with good, relevant, engaging content is the absolute best thing you can do to ensure the success of your site.
I figured it would be a good idea to talk about why I am actually blogging and address my goals with this blog. After all, there are already tons of professionals out there who have been writing about the same topics I plan on covering for years. At some point it makes me wonder, does […]