What to do when things go wrong

This epside of the Getting to Work Podcast truly resonated with me. Chris Martin interviews Micah Godbolt, author of “Frontend Architecture for Design Systems, A Modern Blueprint for Scalable and Sustainable Websites” in this 30 minute podcast. I can still remember the first time I met Micah Godbolt: We were at a coffee shop talking about theContinue reading “What to do when things go wrong”

Online Interviewing Using Zoom and Skype Pro Tips

Use the Skype Echo / Sound Test Service to test out your audio prior to your schedule interview. Remove any visual distractions that may focus attention away from you in the background. Have good lighting in the room so that the people interviewing you can see you. Angle your webcam so it shows your faceContinue reading “Online Interviewing Using Zoom and Skype Pro Tips”

Why I Teach Reason No. 17

I just received this feedback from Troy Uyan’s presentation at Clark College earlier this week: I just finished Troy’s presentation. He is an extraordinary individual. If I didn’t know any better, I would think he had at least 5 to 10 years experience. He is extremely accomplished in such a short time. His story aboutContinue reading “Why I Teach Reason No. 17”

Announcing the Speaker List for Business Web Practices

I am happy to announce the speaker and session list for my Business Web Practices class at Clark College in Vancouver, Washington. These events are open to the public and take place in Foster Auditorium. If you have any questions please let me know. View the speaker schedule along with speaker bios >

Sometimes You Go Back To Bed

In this week’s episode of Getting Work To Work, Chris Martin talks about owning your schedule and the importance of taking care of your physical and mental health. As creative professionals, it can be easy to push your needs aside for the sake of the work, but sometimes you go back to bed to hit theContinue reading “Sometimes You Go Back To Bed”