Category: Firebug

Firebug is a browser add-on that allows developers to view the structure and code of a web page. It is interactive, in that the developer can make temporary changes in the visible code and immediately see the effect of those changes. This greatly reduces the time that would be involved in hard-coding changes, uploading files, refreshing the web page to see the effects, and repeating the process until the desired effect is achieved.

WordPress Website: ConfrontingClutter.com

The ConfrontingClutter.com WordPress site. Click to visit the site.

The ConfrontingClutter.com WordPress site. Click to visit the site.

ConfrontingClutter.com is the website of Carolyn Koehnline, a Bellingham psychotherapist who successfully uses a combination of formal psychotherapeutic techniques and creative exercises to help clients clear space for what they want in life.

When I created Carolyn’s first website in 2009, I made a point to understand her work, her target audience, and her personal style. Read more

HTML Email: GenderPersonal.org

HTML Newsletter for GenderPersonal.org

HTML Newsletter for GenderPersonal.org. Click image to read the newsletter.

I’m the webmaster and project photographer for GenderPersonal.org, which raises public awareness of gender issues through recorded interviews and original multimedia (paintings, poetry, recorded interviews, and photos).

I co-wrote this HTML newsletter with project founder Jacqui Beck. I then did all the graphic layout, coding, testing, and dissemination of the newsletter using MailChimp. Click the image to view the actual newsletter in your browser. Read more

Website: Duvall House Concerts

Duvall House Concerts Site. Click for larger image, or visit www.DuvallHouseConcerts.com

When my wife and I moved to Duvall, Washington, we noticed there were not many local venues for live music. We decided to host a series of concerts in our home, where we could feature some of our favorite area musicians in a friendly setting. It’s been a great way to contribute to our community while promoting something dear to us: music.

The DuvallHouseConcerts.com website promotes upcoming concerts, accepts seat reservations, displays photos and videos of past concerts, and includes a contact form.

I write all copy on the website, which we use in conjunction with Facebook announcements, MailChimp emails, and local press releases. Read more

WordPress Website for Linda Waterfall, Musician

Homepage for LindaWaterfall.com. Click to visit the website.

Homepage for LindaWaterfall.com. Click to visit the website.

Linda Waterfall is a nationally-acclaimed composer, songwriter, and performer. She first hired me for several promotional photo shoots, then to design two CD packages, and most recently to rebuild her website from the ground up.

Since Linda enjoys writing and technology, WordPress was a logical choice for the site platform. We worked in close collaboration to develop a site that met her requirements: Read more

Blog Post: Crow-Mind

American Crow. Click for larger image.

American Crow, photo by M. Hoffman. Click for larger image.

I publish a blog on my photography website, SongbirdPhoto.com. It’s a way to promote and disseminate my work and to help others connect with nature. I usually cross-post a synopsis to Facebook and might post a photo now and then to Pinterest.

Here’s a blog about crows:

“Seattle is a city of crows. And they have a nasty reputation. Folks here know them as picnic terrorists, garden plunderers, and (on garbage-collection days) maniacal strewers of trash. Read more