As with a lot of blogs, regular posting on this site has been difficult. Part of it is due to time, but part of it is the inability to decide what's most appropriate. For me, honesty has always been the best policy, so I’ll just lay it out there: what would you like for me to write about?
Don't get me wrong: I’m full of ideas. But, I don’t want to write for the sake of writing. I’d love to maintain a site where the content alone—regardless of the writer, design, functionality, etc.—can keep a steady readership. Here are a couple of ideas that I’m sitting on:
- Warning Signs: How to determine early in the project if there are signs of disaster ahead, whether due to your client or to you
- Future Proofing: What’s the ideal amount of time to spend making sure the site you build lasts into the future? How much should you plan for?
- The Power of 2: Why the second iteration of any deliverable—site mapping, wireframing, visual design, etc.—is the most important
- Various code giveaways: Like State (S)election, I've got a bunch of code snippets that some people may find useful that I could post on a regular basis
What do you think? Are any of those appealing? Is there anything different that you’d like to read about? Maybe it’s a general topic, like writing more about CSS. Or maybe there’s something specific you’d like to know about.
Regardless, blogs thrive on feedback, and I’d love to hear yours.