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Items to Consider when Preparing a PSD for Handoff to a Developer March 22, 2013

Here is my list of details to remember, common pitfalls to avoid, and tools to use when preparing a PSD file for handoff to a web developer. This list is based on my experiences doing CMS builds for designers and their clients — your mileage may vary! More

Handling Gypsy Fields in an EE1 to EE2 Upgrade September 04, 2012

One of the bigger hassles in updating an ExpressionEngine 1.x site to ExpressionEngine 2.x can be dealing with a site that has a lot of Gypsy fields. There is no denying that Gypsy was a huge time (and tedium) saver. But with no EE2 upgrade path, one is stuck paying double for all that convenience. More

The New Two Six Code July 11, 2012

Today I am proud to launch the new Two Six Code site. I’ve been building ExpressionEngine sites with designers and their clients for nearly four years now. It’s what I do and I love it. One of the goals of the new site is to communicate that more clearly.


A Few More Time Savers March 01, 2012

A while ago I posted some of my favorite time-saving applications for web workers. This list adds a few more that can be handy for those of us that work on websites.


How to Use Photoshop Layer Comps February 28, 2011

There have been some great articles on preparing Photoshop files (PSDs) for web development. But what surprises me is that none of them mention Layer Comps. This simple, easy-to-use feature of Photoshop can save the designer and developer lots of time and make the communication and hand-off process much clearer.

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