In this article I will explain for the newb WordPress user how to manually install on their Mac computer. There are also several video tutorials online, but here is my text version. If you have any hiccups, just contact me!
I’m pretty pleased as to where the Tampa Bay WordPress group is going these days. Next week we’ll be going over how to install WordPress locally on your computer for easy and quick development. So, I’m guilty. I’m not very good at following the whole development process. Having a design background, maybe I can be […]
SxSW? Late news, I know. I was pretty excited to go to SxSW this year. There’s a lot of hype circling this event, and how it’s one of the best interactive events in the country. I was excited to learn new things and take home tons of inspiring ideas and thoughts. I left rather disappointed. […]
Recently I’ve been interviewing intern candidates at the day job and none of them really have any web knowledge- at all. One that did had a very twisted view of file and folder structures and told me that “this is the way they teach it at USF.” I replied with a series of hmms and ahas, and really? I had asked if this person knew anything about e-mail marketing and the programming involved for these types of things. No dice. I then asked if this person knew anything about tables for layout. Still, no dice. Surprised I sent the candidate on their way and pondered this.
It’s been a while, folks. Some of you are maybe wondering why I stopped freelancing! Back in November of 2010, I got a new job at Schifino Lee Advertising + Branding, as the Interactive Art Director. It has consumed all of my time, and I have worked on projects with clients such as AT&T, The Tampa Bay Buccaneers, WellCare Medicare Plans, and Pegasus TransTech. It’s been quite a journey so far and I love it!
So enough of the day job, I wanted to let you all know about my new blog (which is *gasp!* not on WordPress), Beautiful Spam. It features various e-blasts, mostly rendered in gmail or microsoft entourage.
It was a last minute thing to talk about custom theme development at Barcamp Tampa 2010 this year. The night before I had started on my slides, unsure of what to speak about. Obviously, I was going to speak about the WordPress themeing process, but I didn’t know how. Or where to start. I was nervous, but I felt like I needed to give back to the WordPress and tech community, since after all, Barcamp is free to attend with free food and free beer! Anyways, my slides are on slideshare and were also featured on the Slideshare design home page for like a week