School has started, and the influx of autumn projects from business owners itching to get projects done (or at least started) by year’s end has kicked off with a bang. It’s hard to believe there are just a few more months left in 2015!
Not only does autumn bring a steady stream of new projects, but it also brings a steady flow of new interviews and shop talk.
Today my a blog Q&A interview for WPeka is live! Along with some standards like “what plugins do you recommend,” the WPeka team asked new questions that you normally don’t get in a WordPress interview. It was awesome because who wants to hear about the same old stuff!?
Here are a few of the questions I answered:
- A change in your college major proved to be instrumental in starting your journey as a designer. Tell us more about it.
- How do you handle a Catch-22 when clients do not know what they know what they want? What are your pet projects — small local businesses or giant conglomerates?
- What is your pricing strategy — based on plans or hours?
- What are your top priorities during a project’s design and development phase?
- Genesis is the basic theme for all your websites. Why does the Genesis Framework have an edge over its competitors?