January ends today, which I believe means that the statute of limitations on posts reflecting on the past year ends as well. I felt it would be remiss for me to not at least highlight a few things that I spent my time on last year.
People get it, and they’re willing to pay for it. This is exactly the type of response we wanted from people as Lilly and I originally started talking about Lilly’s Table. It’s exciting to see others join on.
Last week I launched a splash page announcing the Lilly’s Table project. I’ve been working on it for some time, and part of the plan is to give you all (my 2 or 3 faithful readers) some insight into the process of designing and building a web application from the ground up.
This is one of my favorite types of projects: I’ve been involved with Lilly in everything…
This is one of my favorite types of projects: I’ve been involved with Lilly in everything from the business development side, to the product design, and of course, the actual site design & development. One of the initial design pieces I worked on was the visual brand for the project. In this first post discussing the branding process, I’ll show a bit of the work we went through to arrive at the final logo for Lilly’s Table.
I’m excited to announce a project I’ve been working on for a while with the very talented Chef Lilly from Bella Cuisine. The project is called: Lilly’s Table and it will feature fresh and creative, seasonal, meal plans on a weekly basis, directly from Lilly herself.
I think Lilly and I first started to talk about her project toward the end of last year, so it has been in the works for a while. This fun little splash page is just the beginning. Be sure to sign up for the email list, or follow @LillysTable on Twitter so that you don’t miss anything.