My Personality Test Results

I’m not a big fan of the personality tests like Myers Briggs and Colors.  I feel like I could answer the questions either way almost every single time. Also, I feel like the results are … Continue reading My Personality Test Results

Blogging: A Look Back and Ahead (2014)

I spent a few minutes filling in the early archives of Commadot.com, specifically 1996-1997.  My predictions were sometimes incredibly accurate and other times … not so much. My writing style was also fairly immature. My … Continue reading Blogging: A Look Back and Ahead (2014)

Responsive HTML and CSS 2014

I just upgraded to the new WordPress 4.1 with a new theme Twenty Fifteen.  I think it looks nice, but more importantly, it is the most responsive theme I have ever used.  It has many … Continue reading Responsive HTML and CSS 2014

Serif and Sans Serif Tyepface for reading

I was in a discussion with a young designer about whether serif or sans serif is easier to read.  I was about to go over the pros and cons, but then I found this info-graphic … Continue reading Serif and Sans Serif Tyepface for reading

Staying Cutting Edge in your Product

When we first designed and built Marketo, we started out with a client-side framework (ExtJS) that was cutting edge and awesome.  Version 0.33 alpha.  How cutting edge is that!?  Then over time, it because 2.0, … Continue reading Staying Cutting Edge in your Product

The UX of Designing a Marketing Calendar

This year, we launched a Marketing Calendar.  This was one of the most surprising designs I have ever been involved with.  I thought (in the beginning) the calendars were easy.  Just copy Outlook, how hard … Continue reading The UX of Designing a Marketing Calendar

Ingredients for Success

Here are a couple of categories that will help you get recognition, raises, promotions, monetary rewards and all your dreams come true. Technical Skill For whatever you do, there are specific technical aspects to it.  There … Continue reading Ingredients for Success