When Gutenberg was introduced on WordPress in 2017, users disliked it. Its block-based approach to content creation and editing was not elegant, but was gearing towards more design than substance, copying from lesser competitors like Wix.
Recently, there was furore over a couple of companies which pressed for “unlimited revisions” in their creative briefs, which some media published and sparked lots of debate, especially in the creative industry. The good thing was that the companies revised their briefs and took away the “unlimited revisions” clause. Happy ending?
“I am not happy with the font. I don’t like how this chart is illustrated. I need more creativity from you in the photograph you shot for this campaign. I need more vibrance in the colors in this image…”
I have been a webmaster since 1995, and the journey never stopped. What are some of the acronyms that accompanied a webmaster from then to now?
Websites are not going away. They are now the repository and the center of your information and how such information can spread to all your social media channels. How then, would you design your websites for social and mobile audiences?