Basecamp is an online project management/project collaboration tool I use with many clients — the primary audience for this article. You won’t find a comprehensive how-to guide on Basecamp here. Instead, I offer an overview of Basecamp’s structure and a set of “best practices” in the form of guidelines and tips for making Basecamp your niche.
When I was interviewed recently for a blog article about “lessons Web developers won’t learn in school”, I knew without blinking what I’d say. If you’re a client of a Web developer, you might find what I had to say ostensibly arrogant. If you’re a fellow Web developer, you might be emboldened to let your cynical side run free. I hope neither is the case.
Yesterday I had the audacity to say that customers are not always right. I suggested that we, as professionals (and this is true in any field, I think), have a responsibility to first ask why before doing what our customers ask us to do just because they asked us to do it. (Both yesterday’s blog […]
Yesterday I wrote about fellow WordPress designers/developers discussing the best way to automatically delete old posts from a blog. My point yesterday was don’t. Don’t delete old posts from a blog. With very few exceptions, old posts have value, both for human readers and search engines.