Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by Necromancer, Jan 16, 2008.
Or do you just wing it with a few ideas and see where that takes you?
Idea > Domain > Coder > Free CSS template until site is worth building a custom one for.
idea > domain > Photoshop > Do my own coding > css
I wing it when I get started, but by the end every single pixel in my designs is planned carefully. Same with the business models and every other aspect. I'm the type who performs best when I just jump in to whatever the situation is.
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Depends. On my own projects I wing it. On clients I plan to every detail.
i plan on working out of my own war room right now. i want to buy a white board to lay out my design....
Just use photoshop or something?
have an idea, put something up and see where it takes you.
i plan the SEO aspect of it
that means semantic coding
and source order of the document (ie: content being first in the source, but not necessarily shown up first in the page)
no i use dream weaver for design (and code) but right now my goal is a forum so im thinking I will buy vbulletin
I life revolved around a white board at school for the better part of 3 weeks during one project. Drawing little charts, etc of how things were going to go together. I was hoping to have an 'office' at my apartment so I could hang white boards but it didn't work out that way.
For me, I try to plan things completely but I learned that really doesn't work. Really just takes building a solid framework that will accept what you want to add/change in the future.
Nope, I didn't plan anything.
Brainstorm > plan > design > $$$
except i do all my own html/php/css
White boards make the world go round.
idea > name > domain > design > code > content > upload > ??? > profit