Doing some mock-ups in the office. Fingers crossed that the client will like them.
Not having the best time one week before the deadline of the huge project I‘m working on right now.
The project I’m working on right now has forced me to dig deep into CSS Grid.
I love it so much! 🙂
Staying up to date with theme dev for WordPress is not easy, especially with the big changes that are happening at the moment. Luckily there are sites like fullsiteediting.com; there are so many understandable explanations.
This post is a huge thank you to Carolina Nymark 🙂
Every designer knows customers who send their logos as .docx. Today I got a logo as .xls. I never saw that before. #designerhell
That face of my client, when he realized that almost every website leads to the front page by clicking the logo: Priceless! 🙂
I have passed the exam for the Google course “Basics of Online Marketing” 🙂
One day after handing over their WordPress site to the client, I’m surprised to find out that you can change the font color in the middle of the text…? Allowing access to all menus and sidebars was also a stupid idea…
I should have made screenshots for my portfolio yesterday #fail
Interviewed by my little brother Marc for the school about my profession. Funny and cool 🙂
Got it! The last test behind me, I don’t have to do anything anymore, just wait!
Oral exam… There’s nothing worse. I forgot so much while talking and I was speaking so fast.
Whatever! It is over 🙂
Final school examination for my apprenticeship… Let’s go!
I wish all future media designers lots of success for tomorrow 🙂 Let’s show the IHK where the rubber meets the road ^^
Great article 🙂
How To Get More Done As A Freelance Web Designer
When I finished University and started freelancing full time I found myself getting caught up with these daily tasks so I went about making some changes and trying to find a more effective way of dealing with them. Here are several techniques I use for getting more done.
Last day at our current office in Karlsruhe.
Tomorrow we will move to another one 🙂