Today I have launched the new redesign of JWorks Studios and I can officially say it is now a WordPress site. The new JWorks Studios is built on WordPress to leverage the extra power that it can offer.
This week I’ll be undergoing some changes on the website. I am redesigning everything and switching over to WordPress for quicker updates and to leverage the framework for easier SEO. Besides, it’s always fun to tinker with things!
Don’t force Apple to work for the FBI. The ramifications are just too damaging. If it was just one specific phone, then maybe it would not be a giant issue. But the problem is that the FBI wants access to all phones. That’s a no no. Consider this:
Everybody dreams of doing what they love for a living. Not knowing I would eventually become a graphic designer, I was always involved in art, drawing and designs as a kid. And as you get older and find your passion, sometimes you wish you had a mentor, not just friends whom you partner up with, […]
I recently just made some changes to my website. Nothing major, just made it more efficient and tightened some things up. But I did notice that I am at version 7 of my website. It got me thinking about how the look and functionality of my website has changed over the years.
Over the years I’ve had many customers come my way from many occupations and with many different needs. But from the beginning I have the mindset that every person who seeks my services are clients, not just customers.
I needed a way to animate multiple images and divs alike, but I also needed looping functionality and additional options. So I created a simple plugin to scroll objects the way I needed them to — JWScrollLoop
I have decided to open up additional contact channels by creating Twitter and Google+ accounts. If you have either Twitter or Google+, you can contact me for projects, queries, or also stay linked for new information on deals and things I will be doing in regards to JWorks Studios. Twitter: @JWorksStudios Google+: JWorks Studios […]
Yes, this is real. And no, that’s not my arm. Well, I had to write something…
It seems inevitable that at some point in our lives, the technology we take for granted will fail us. As a techie for many years, I’ve come to understand the importance of backing up all of my valuable work on external drives. And when it comes to personal stuff like pictures and videos, we always […]