Monday, 29 April 2013

Business Cards Delivered

My first batch of client business cards arrived in the post today. I was so keen to open them and make sure that they looked just as good in real life as they did on my screen!  And they did, my client (Jenny from Practical Bookkeeping Solutions) loved her new cards and I am so pleased to have another happy customer. 

I had a great time working with Jenny to design her logo, website and business card. Once the cards were designed I uploaded them to Vistaprint  and organised hassle free printing at a very reasonable price. 

If you would like me to design some unique business cards for you, please send me a message and we can chat about your requirements.  Remember... I just love to create stuff :) 

Business Cards made to order.
Unique Business Cards Made To Order

Tuesday, 16 April 2013

If it makes my life simpler.... I like it!

OK, well today I have stumbled across a fantastic little tool called the Wufoo Form Creator and like all good freebies - it was just begging me to give it a try. 

After learning all about coding forms in HTML5 it seems only fair that I have stumbled across this tool after my web assessment items are completed!

Wufoo - The Online Form Builder Screenshot
Wufoo - The Online Form Builder

The great thing with the Wufoo forms are that you can personalise them so easily! Not only can you select the type of data fields you want (single line, text area, radio buttons, drop down options, etc, etc) but you can also incorporate css to 'fancy' the form up a bit.

From what I can see so far once you register on the Wufoo site, you are able to create 3 free forms. I haven't gone any further yet in regard to pricing... I am having too much fun playing with my form. 

The data and the admin interface remains on the Wufoo servers and you login in to Wufoo to manage everything, but the form looks like you're hosting it on your own site. Once you create your form you can link to it from your site or embed the form - as I have done below. Another option is to download the HTML file for the whole form and upload it with your site - allowing you to handle the server side stuff yourself.

So go ahead and use the form below for me and let me see how it works.  Check back here later in the week for my follow up opinion. 

So here we go:

Fill out my online form.


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