A few months back, the team at WordPress announced that they would no longer support PHP4 with future releases. (see the full announcement here) The news is a bit old, but a client recently made the discovery for himself the hard way. Forewarned is forearmed, so it bears repeating.
As mentioned back in October, Matt Weeden Design was invited to create the directory for BMA Colorado (Business Marketing Association). This is a print job, not Web, which we don’t typically take on – but it was a great opportunity to get involved with the group and gain some exposure.
After some back-and-forth with BMA’s leadership, we settled on a simple beauty shot of the Denver skyline for the cover.
Matt Weeden Design was given space on the interior back cover for a full page ad, as payment for working on the directory:
We also designed an ad for an upcoming BMA event, in order to fill a hole in the ad pages:
Final printed copies should be out shortly.
If, like me, you use Gmail for your email service, you may be frustrated with Gmail’s lack of a ‘send later’ feature. Of course you can save a draft and log on at a later time to send it, but there is no native function to schedule delivery for a given date/time. For example, I have an email schedule with one client where I need to send an email at precisely 11 pm twice a week. The email is always ready to go before 11, but it needs to be sent at 11. Of course, I’m not always on the computer at 11 pm on those two nights every week!
Fortunately there’s an add-on you can install on Chrome or FireFox that adds this functionality to your Gmail account. Read More