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Diana Brewster
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Figuring out what life is. What are we?
Figuring out what life is. What are we?

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I put together a WNC (Western North Carolina) for Bernie Sanders website, but noone's been blogging there yet. I did the logo, too. http://www.wncforbernie.org/

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I helped my client choose, customize, and deploy a new WordPress theme. You can see before and after web design screenshots. http://dbwebwork.com/2015/08/website-redesign-speak-language-center/

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What my clients can use and learn, to maintain their WordPress websites. 

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I had the pleasure of designing posters for Girls Rock Asheville. http://dbwebwork.com/2015/06/posters-for-girls-rock-asheville-2015/

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I made an SEO report for a client. 

I just researched a premium WordPress theme that my client liked. What jumped out at me: misspelled class name in header. If the developer of a complex theme isn't using an IDE that immediately warns him of a nonexistent class, that doesn't give me confidence that I'm buying a well made theme. There can be no excuses: this was the current version of a many-versioned theme that's been available for over a year. I'm glad I can spare my client and myself the misery of trying to cope with a poorly made theme. The only good part of it was that it was built on Bootstrap. Clients are dazzled by features, and unaware of what's under the hood, to use an apt analogy. It's much better to add the features you need via plugins. We're going to go with a Genesis framework based theme instead. Hooray!

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I updated http://pugix.com with a new responsive theme!

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My friend Jonathan Feldman, CIO for City of Asheville and regular columnist for InformationWeek, shares well considered tips on writing.

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Wow, this is just what I need. Looks like a great tech-learning website, too.

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Here's my latest version of the Rabbit Software LLC website, using ElegantThemes "Divi" responsive theme. Quite easy to use and configure. 
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