First of all, I love email. I used the app Unroll.me to get me off any annoying mailing lists, so I only receive newsletters that I actually enjoy reading. Some of my favorites are (Net)work B*tch (for interviews with creatives and job postings), Moon + Quartz (for monthly horoscopes/moon guides) and those emails with job listings that […]
Category: Web Development
Tips for making a web space that lets your creative business shine.
I learned HTML and CSS when I was eleven years old. Since then, I expanded on my knowledge the same way any other preteen did: by makinglayouts for Neopets & Myspace. I know, what a throwback. As I got older, though, I stopped creating. I didn’t think women could be web developers or enjoy coding, my […]
Starting a website is easier than you probably think. Content management systems like Cutenews and WordPress make it possible with even a minimal knowledge of coding. Plus, websites like freehostia.com offer super small hosting packages for free, so you’d just have to pay for the url to get started (usually around $10/yr). Websites can be a way to […]
As a full-time College student, intern, freelancer, and blogger, staying organized can feel impossible. Devoting time to my blog often means I’m sacrificing study time. When I need to be doing other things (for example: sleep), my brain is constructing new blog ideas because I have no idea when I’m getting everything done. I realized that being […]
As much as College taught me about coding and web design, it’s nothing compared to what I’ve learned just browsing the internet. I mean, throw it back to our Myspace days when we became HTML/CSS geniuses just to make a custom top 8 and personalize our background. That’s not the kind of thing you need […]