RWD Quicktip: Don’t wait for the perfect moment to make your site, product or service mobile friendly. It will never come. Keep the big picture in mind, but look for low hanging fruit and other opportunities to slowly-but-surely create a great mobile experience.
Brad Frost – This Is Responsive: #4 (Newsletter)
When you’re pitching your job is to convince the client that you’re capable, not to walk in with a solution in hand. You don’t have the facts. You haven’t done the research. Don’t walk in with assumptions. When I walk into a pitch I have no idea how to solve a client’s problem, but I’m confident that I have a process for figuring it out. It’s the process that you pitch. Not the solution.
Mike Monteiro on handling clients // .net magazine
Don’t be afraid of change. You may end up losing something good, but you will probably end up gaining something better.
Tell me, and I’ll forget. Show me, and I’ll remember. Involve me, and I’ll understand.
Altes chinesisches Sprichwort
Are you writing something for the web right now? Go back and cut it in half. Trust me, you don’t need it all.
Paddy Donnelly via Twitter
When the phone rings, it means someone wants to talk to you. It doesn’t mean you have to answer.
Andy Clarke via Twitter
Wenn es etwas gibt, von dem Sie nicht wollen, dass es irgendjemand erfährt, sollten Sie es vielleicht gar nicht erst tun. Eric Schmidt, Vorstandschef von Google, zum Thema “Schutz der Privatsphäre”.