[thelist] do programmers/designers know *everything*? - WOW!

aardvark roselli at earthlink.net
Thu Jul 25 14:19:00 CDT 2002

> From: "Roger Harness" <magic32 at jps.net>
> Apparently you're not all robots. At least not 24/7/365. Or at least
> you didn't all start out that way! :)

no, but if you pop into #evolt on irc, you'll bump into a particularly
interesting one who constantly rotates opinions on the meaning of
my name...

Converting or updating an existing site for a client?  Make sure you
know in advance if you'll be able to get all the source files (vector
logos, fonts, photos), with appropriate licensing as well.

It's always good when you discover that a client doesn't have
appropriate rights to use an image, or doesn't have all the fonts,
before you get halfway through the project.  It gives you a great
opportunity to be a super-star, too, when you can secure all this up-
front, before it becomes an issue to the client.

And when you're done with the project, make sure you archive all
this data, since you know you'll come back to it at some point.

And then find the previous developers and slug them.

Read the evolt.org case study
Usability: The Site Speaks for Itself
ISBN: 1904151035

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