When it’s time to leave Hawaii, it probably doesn’t make sense to bring an island beater with you.
Brace yourself, I didn’t say this was a short story. Neither did I make any claims of it being particularly interesting to anybody outside of our immediate family and friends. However, it is the best story of my life.
Over the past 10 years I transitioned from a brand and web designer to almost exclusively a WordPress theme designer. Here are a handful of my personal favorite creations.
There’s no surf in the Gulf! Or is there!?
Building an online business from nothing is hard. Building it on a remote island in the Pacific Ocean is even harder.
My lifelong love/hate relationship with a Florida surf town, and why I wish it was a little nicer.
Let’s say you want a responsive WordPress theme to utilize a featured image as a full browser width page banner using parallax with content above the image. Something like this: To accomplish this, you’ll need to employ the use of a background image. However, background images applied to HTML elements do not inherit the height
Seven years in Hawaii is a good haul. These islands are a part of me, but it’s time to move on.
Recommending this movie has made my wife and friends question my judgement, but I stand by the fact that this is a fun movie!
Buried deep inside myself is a halfway decent writer. I minored in creative writing, for whatever that’s worth. When I was younger I imagined writing Mark Twain inspired stories about my childhood adventures growing up in the swamps of Central Florida. Ya know, happy stuff. However, these days I sometimes use my writing powers as
WordPress theme design and development is a rewarding, but difficult job. These tools make my work a little easier.
I’m a fairly humble dude. I don’t like talking about money or my accomplishments. I’m not one to brag about my skills and talents. It’s uncomfortable for me — like cold weather. Man, I just want to create cool brands and products that people can enjoy. I find many people in business, particularly on the mainland,