Kevin Menzie of Slice of Lime shows how he prepared an illustration for an upcoming magazine ad for Genlighten.
Because I’m always adapting, almost unconsciously, to the different grain...– Jamis Buck on why he left a comfortable job at BYU to work for 37Signals.
Upcoming Genealogy Conferences
I’ll be staffing the Genlighten booth and giving presentations at the following genealogy conferences in February and March: St. George Family History Expo, St. George, Utah, February 27th-28th South Davis Family History Fair, Bountiful, Utah, March 7th BYU Computerized Genealogy Conference, Provo, Utah, March 13th-14th Please stop by and say hi!
Late last year, my family found a line-a-day diary maintained by my great-aunt...– From David Griner at The Social Path: http://bit.ly/NBi0
More mockups with Balsamiq
Spent the afternoon and evening building a few more Genlighten mockups for Justin. Balsamiq continues to be a great tool for laying out UI elements, sizing text blocks, and just visualizing how an entire page can come together. Focused on “Provider Settings” and “Lookup Offering Preview” pages.
Techstars comes to Chicago!
I attended an informal Techstars meetup at Threadless in Chicago tonight. Micah Baldwin of Lijit and Chris Wand of Foundry Group were there to give us the scoop on the Techstars program. Harper Reed, CTO of Threadless, was our host. We first got a quick tour of Threadless’ office/warehouse/game room… including the resident graffitti artist’s half-pipe. Then Chris and Micah...
I’m signed up to give a presentation on lifestreaming web resources at the South Davis Genealogy Fair in March. One of my goals for the presentation is to explore microblogging services like Tumblr and discuss what I learn with my audience. So here I am, trying it out! So far, the selection of default themes seems appealing enough. I haven’t yet figured out how to easily customize the theme I...