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Tuesday Good Stuff

You May Be Losing Users If Responsive Web Design Is Your Only Mobile Strategy - Smashing Magazine

Some great points in here, especially on responsive vs mobile first development load times. A must implement strategy, and this is a great place to start.

Simplify Your WordPress Theming With Twig And Timber - WPMUDev

This is something I’m learning myself, but from what I’ve gleaned here – the advantages of using Twig & Timber include faster load times, an easy to learn framework, and works well within that favorite CMS of mine – WordPress. I’ll write more up once I’ve played with this tutorial a bit.

Fear, Wondering, and Wandering - Jesse Petersen

Jesse Petersen is a WordPress Developer I follow who works primarily with the Genesis framework. In my opinion, it’s always good to follow people who are running their business in a way you’d like to, have a site design that piques your interest, etc. I liked this article on the transition from employment to the last five years running his business.

Creative Mornings – Cal McAllister

I was looking at the Creative Mornings SEA page to see what’s upcoming, and remembered this talk from Cal McAllister. Along with Ian Cohen, he’s founder of the Wexley School for Girls, a Seattle Creative Agency. There are a lot of good takeaways from this talk, my favorite was the underlying theme of having fun leading to success in the creative process.