Hey Fellow Creative Freelancers!

As some of you know, I've been signed up for a super awesome online course called The Creative Class for a while now. If you're a freelancer of any kind, but especially those in creative fields, you'll find the content really useful for growing your business into something you can… read

Creatives vs Artists

Canadian web designer and author Paul Jarvis recently wrote a short article for Creativ Magazine about the difference between creatives and artists. Of course, this debate/question/idea is not new. I'm sure we've been discussing this since well before I even considered the idea. Back when I was doing… read

My favourite places to work in Toronto

It's a dreary, rainy, spring day here in Toronto. One of those days where you'd rather curl up with a warm beverage and a good book than work. Of course, most of us can't do that during the workweek (well, not for very long, anyhow). The view out my window… read

Link Roundup

Happy Friday! I don't know about you guys, but it's been a super busy week over here! But now that it's Friday I wanted to take a bit of time to go through some of the links I've collected for reading and, you know, actually read them. Here are a… read

New Google rules for Mobile-friendly sites

Many people have been receiving emails from Google over the last few weeks, warning them their website is not mobile-friendly and it will negatively affect their SEO rankings. But what does that mean for your website, exactly? Well, a very large percentage of Google users are using their smartphones or… read

(some of) My Favourite WordPress Plugins

When I build WordPress sites for my clients (or heck, for myself), I have a set of plugins I tend to fall back on for increased functionality and awesomeness. While I'm a happy WordPress custom theme developer, I don't tend to do much with plugins, save install them and sometimes… read