Web Designer Wanted

We’re Looking for the Best Web Designer in Town Are you passionate about pushing pixels? Are you a typographic genius? Do you always design on a grid? Can you produce gallery-worthy designs in a variety of styles? If so, please keep reading. OnWired, a full-service web design/development firm and all-around cool place to work, is on the hunt for a web designer. We’re looking for someone with a creative mind, a keen understanding of user experience, exceptional communication skills, attention Read More >>

Why ExpressionEngine?

This is the first of two articles explaining why we’ve standardized on EllisLab technologies. Since standardizing on ExpressionEngine last year we’ve fielded questions from both clients and developers wanting to know, “why ExpressionEngine?” Well, I’m going to lay it all out there for you, so strap yourself in. EspressoWhosit? ExpressionEngine (EE) is the flagship product of EllisLab, the cool cats also responsible for the CodeIgniter PHP framework (CI) and EngineHosting. It’s Read More >>

Top 10 Leopard Tips, Tricks & Fixes

If you’re like me, you’re very particular about your desktop: whether that means swapping icons, toggling options or disabling features, if you spend all day in front of your computer (sigh…) you want to be happy and feel settled in. And while it can take some time to get it just right (some OS’s take longer than others), in the end you’ll be glad you did. So without further ado I present my top 10 Leopard tips: 10. Opacity is the New Transparency Mercifully, Apple listened to its users Read More >>

Web Development Workflow That Works

Small design firms like ours have a lot to juggle: we manage clients, sales, proposals, phone calls, billing, marketing, writing, and — when we have a free moment — the actual pixel-pushing that gets us paid! And when it comes to one’s development workflow, it pays to standardize on a handful of devices and technologies rather than try to be all things to all people. For example, in our office we’re an all-Apple shop, which means that we seldom have any hardware or uthftware compatibility Read More >>