A little procrastination can derail our train of thought and interrupt a spontaneous spur of productivity. This is not to say that we must drop everything whenever we get an idea but we should be weary of what procrastination really does to our productivity.
Some people think of design as strictly an artistic process where the main consideration is to make things look pretty. Design however, is usually as much about usability as it is about aesthetics. Designers use the various tools at their disposal to solve their clients’ problems while creating a solution that looks good.
Entrepreneurs, new business owners and even bloggers often pop up on the scene with vigour and motivation. Driven by determination to see our projects succeed we invest time, money and effort in the project or business to ensure that it has the best chance to succeed.
A job can be a stressful experience and it is not always one that we look forward to. This is especially true when we are not doing the jobs that we really want to do.
The way that I design websites has evolved over the years. From simple HTML written in Notepad to custom websites coded in programs like Dreamweaver to the use of content management systems such as WordPress. Each method has it’s pros and cons and the demands of my target audience have often been a key factor in how I design my websites.