A blog about design, web development, Concrete5 CMS, and technology.
archive: Moving away from FTP and onto Git is pretty straightforward. But what good is moving to Git if you're still using an FTP client to manually transfer files to your server… https://adamjohnsondesign.com/blog/moving-ftp-git-deployment-designers-guide/
archive: When you convert a 960px wide site ('desktop' if you will) to be responsive, you're constantly battling horizontal scrollbars. Them shitz are annoying! Oftentimes easy to… https://adamjohnsondesign.com/blog/mobile-first-gaining-weight/
archive: A while back I transferred two client domains from two registrars (1&1 and GoDaddy) over to NameCheap. I was a bit nervous during the process because moving domains… https://adamjohnsondesign.com/blog/thoughts-about-transferring-domains-new-registrar/
archive: Sublime Text 2 is a text editor and it kicks ass. For the longest time I looked for a text editor that was similar to TextMate but worked on Windows. Not only does… https://adamjohnsondesign.com/blog/sublime-text-2-so-good/
archive: Google Voice is a pretty amazing little service. One of the handy things that it enables you to do is use Google Voice as your voicemail. In doing this, you can check… https://adamjohnsondesign.com/blog/use-google-voice-with-us-cellular/
archive: Conviction. Belief. Design. Where does design go from being simply making something look good to an interpretation of positivity, belief, and profound value? As a… https://adamjohnsondesign.com/blog/believing-in-design/
archive: Today at work I had the pleasure of reviewing several candidates for a web design position within our institution. I remembered how it was when I applied for… https://adamjohnsondesign.com/blog/tips-on-applying-for-jobs-from-the-other-side-of-the-fence/