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Maintaining a Website Should Be Boring

October 31, 2019

Remember the rush of the launch? Yeah the adrenaline and excitement are great. Too bad that keeping the thing you launched alive and relevant is so boring - unless boring is exactly what you should want.

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Building Reliability Part 2: How To Be a Reliable Developer

October 24, 2019

Deep down our clients need us to deliver and maintain a reliable website. We can’t do this until we ourselves have become reliable.

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Building Reliability Part 1: How To Build a Reliable Website

October 17, 2019

Web development agencies are the worst. We don’t know how to build reliable websites. And we don’t know it’s the most important thing to our clients. But here’s how we can fix it.

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Trello: An Excellent Way To Write A Book

October 11, 2019

I finally finished a book project. Three factors made it happen. One, I wrote at four in the morning. Two, I wrote for my audience instead of myself. And three, I wrote it using Trello.

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Start At Your Destination: A Backwards Method of Website Design

August 14, 2019

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There’s no place like home(pages)

August 9, 2019

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Websites, Apps, and Microwave Ovens, an Exercise in Unnecessary Complexity

August 1, 2019

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Why not just ask? (Getting past solutions)

July 23, 2019

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Three Ways Your Relationship With Your Web Agency Can Last at Least Ten Years

May 25, 2019

They say that the average client / agency relationship lasts an average of 3 years. My experience is a little different. Here are three reasons why.

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Sunk Cost Fallacy and Web Reliability

February 20, 2019

Web development can be a lot like driving in traffic. You’re inching along, making a little progress, but honestly not enough to get you there before you’ve spent an all-nighter on the highway in the snow. Instead of turning back like a sane person, you press on. I mean hey, you have already invested this much time right?

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