Am just going to release v6 right now. Its by no means where I want it. But, given a current conversation on Twitter, its just time to push faster than I’m able to explain myself at times. Continue reading “v6”
Fiddling with v6
One of the reasons that I like having my own webspace, or at least space that is slightly borrowed and offers freedom for a decent cost, is that I can continue to iterate on ideas and thoughts until I’m satisfied. In a real sense, make my own classroom and lesson plan when I do things like this. That’s one of the reasons that I’ve been going down the idea of a digital business card/landing page, and over the course of the past days, I’ve been playing with the idea of a redesign – one that doesn’t really have much in the way of design. Continue reading “Fiddling with v6”
v5.5 – vCard, QR, AR on Deck
It has been a good while since publicly talking about the Digital Business Card Experiments, but I’ve been at work with several aspects of it. The other day, I decided to pick up things (I was resting, it came out) and finally get the digital business card back on track. To do so, I wanted to integrate as many pieces of tech I could that would literally put one’s mobile into the position of a magic wand, but also play off the ability for the mobile to become a canvas of sorts.
Some days ago, I finally wrapped up a redesign of my landing page/business card. For as neat a project this has been to learn about CSS3, HTML5, and such, its become a mess in terms of its focus and I wanted to redesign it and get back to some of the core. Therefore its simple Version 2.0. A bit more than a landing page, a bit more than a single-pane business card, and a lot more focused. Continue reading “Version 2.0”
Business Card v1.9
Another week and another tweak to my landing page/business card. Version 1.9 is the name of things this time around, but more because of what’s been done on the presentation layer, more than a programming one. Continue reading “Business Card v1.9”
Business Card v1.8
Continuing with the steady updates and lessons behind my landing page/business card, I’ve made a few updates making necessary a note for this new edition – Version 1.8. Continue reading “Business Card v1.8”
Business Card v1.75
Just a few small updates to the landing page/business card since v1.6 saw some major work behind the scenes. 1.7 cleans up a few things, and breaks some of the original ethos of this experiment. Continue reading “Business Card v1.75”
Business Card 1.6
Thank goodness for Evernote; really can use that export from Evernote to WordPress feature now 😉
Sparked by an initiative and post from Ms. Jen, I went back to work on my landing page/digital business card and did some under-the-hood tweaks to it. Given the level of the work that went into it, this is essentially a new iteration – hence the version 1.6.
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Business Card v1.5 (Finally)
Finally netted version 1.5 of this landing page/digital business card – though I have deviated from some of the plans that I had for this iteration of the card (SVG primarly), I have been able to pull off some things happening beyond the tiles that’s pretty neat.
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Refining the Digital Business Card (v1.4)
I’ve been working in the background/foreground again with this digital business card, and have pretty much come to yet another milestone with things. Part of it has to do with some of the features being just fine, the other part of things is that I’m inclined to take a considerable step forward in the next iteration.
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Reinvention of the Business Card (v1.3)
I took some time today and this past weekend to do some additional tweaks to my Business Card. It’s been proving to be a nice lesson towards some of the changes happening with HTML5 and CSS3, but also gives me a chance to think about how I go about information sharing and exactly how much I’d like to expose.
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A Business Card in Multiple Dimensions
I have to admit that I’m not all that much a fan of business cards, nor the behaviors around them. You give someone a slip of paper, and the expectation is that the moment of putting that paper in their hand will give them initiative to reach back out to you. Then, there’s that matter of putting that information into some address book (paper, roll, or digital) – which is always a messy affair.
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