Geoff Talks Manners on Site Sketch 101

Nicholas Cardot - Site Sketch 101I’m a member of a truly wonderful community of bloggers who push each other to improve their work. The founder of this group, Nicholas Cardot, invited me a few months back, and it’s been a genuine privilege to have access to some of the incredible minds that make up the community. As a group we support one another, help each another with technical issues, design and usability questions, and yes, tell dreadful jokes (okay, okay, I’m one of the worst offenders for the latter).

When Nick approached me and asked for a guest post, it was my honour to be able to do so. He and I had been talking about one issue in particular so that seemed like the best point to write about.

Head over to Site Sketch 101 for my article, and while you’re there, stay for awhile surfing his thriving blog! If you even have a passing interest in the blogosphere, you’ll be glad you did!

Incidentally, Nick just made Robb Sutton‘s list of 30 Most Influential Bloggers and Website Owners of 2010 which I think is pretty dang impressive given the company he’s keeping on that list. Gratz Nick!!!

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I’m a professor of project management at the college where I work. My students continually amaze me with their insights, passion and all-around awesomeness. I figure they deserve access to more answers than I can give them by myself. This site is for them.
  • Geoff, I was thrilled when I read through your guest post. It was really terrific and the one thing that I'm learning about you is that you are a gifted and talented writer.

    And don't worry about the corny jokes. You are a vital pillar of our community and your jokes keep us smiling.

  • *bow* Well thank you very much, sir, you are too kind! 😀

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