What’s going on?

As I’ve previously noted, Sean and I have been in Delaware for over a month now.  A major rush of accounts has come through over the course of the past few weeks and we feel as though the universe is trying to tell us something.  Ever since we made the choice to move down here and purchase a home, hundreds of emails are going back and forth on a regular basis with numerous different clients.  I personally have 5 sites to work on at the moment, and Sean’s got more to do than he can even think of.  I don’t know if this is because of our choice, proving to us that it is 100% possible to live down here and afford our own home, we really – really don’t know. Either way. We’re going crazy with work, and it…

Looking Up!

I’ve been pretty productive today. I’m now a member of a new design company on a contract basis and based on how things have been going so far, I have to say that I’m feeling pretty confident that my time with this company will be well spent. A previous company that I out-sourced for wound up screwing me out of not only money but valuable time that I could have spent somewhere else. It’s a shame that I had to deal with that for so long but it’s another thing to add to my portfolio because I have to admit that a lot of the things I did for the company turned out very nicely. I also gained quite a few business contacts as well, so that should hopefully work out well for me in the end. I haven’t been…

ColdFusion: Validation

I was poking around the Internet in search of more programming techniques using validation and I was side-tracked by a very well written article about programming in cold fusion. This wasn’t exactly what I was looking for because I was thinking more of th XHTML/CSS aspect of things but when it comes to a field where I’ll eventually stick my nose in – it’s worth the effort to at least do some reading about it. The point of the article was the importance of programming with required fields that have a validation option in the background. The only thing I didn’t like about the article was the lack of proper HTML validation but they’re programmers, not designers so of course the way of going about things is going to be a little different. Unless programmers are learning to care about…