I am a self-proclaimed perfectionist. I expect myself, my business, and my clients to be on point. I don’t like to disappoint, and if I do, I apologize, promise to stay on point, and move on. I have always been a fan of the term “Perfectionist” and I use it to describe myself. I always strive to meet or exceed my clients’ expectations as well as my own.
Recently, I was presented with the opportunity to create a new website with a client. The website was going to be a place where my clients could track their business performance. The client wanted to get results and the website was the way to do it. I really didn’t want to do it on my own. I knew I had the skills, but I wasn’t sure how to translate that to a website. I decided to create a new website from the ground up to give me some experience.
I had no previous experience building websites, but I had a good feeling about what I wanted to build. I also knew that I wasnt sure where to start. The initial website was going to have some very simple functions, but once I started creating the site it became apparent that I would need to build up functionality that the client would find extremely helpful and attractive.
I was very excited about my new website because I was learning a lot about myself. I knew that I was in good hands with daron, as he had experience building websites, and I liked the idea of being able to create a website from scratch. There were a few hurdles though. One was that I had no previous knowledge of HTML and CSS, because I was always on the computer and my web-design skills were almost nil.
The other problem was that I had to learn the fundamental concepts of HTML and CSS, and I didn’t have time to learn them at once, even though I knew it was a good idea. This was due to the fact that I had to make the website responsive and had to have the website designed from scratch. There were a lot of things that I had to know, and I found it very stressful.
I do know that, even though I had no knowledge of HTML and CSS, I felt very competent in the design of our site. I was able to make it look beautiful and I was able to make it work correctly and have the functionality I needed. I know other people who wouldnt know HTML and CSS, but I was able to make it look good and have the functionality I needed, and that was all that mattered to me.
I did know HTML and CSS, but the site was designed from scratch, meaning I didn’t spend time on it. I was the only one who did, and I knew I was responsible for its look and functionality. It was difficult for me because I know a lot of people who know HTML and CSS, but I felt like I needed to put in the work.
I feel like I have a lot of work to do, but I know my abilities and my ability to make it look and function well will be appreciated by the community. You don’t always get what you want, and I hope I will get enough of the things I need.
daron (darmowe) rahlves is a member of the darmowe rahlves development group. He started as an intern and is currently working on the project full time. Darmowe has been helping with the project for quite some time, but has been working mostly on the front end only. He has been able to get the project up and running and it has come in on time and on budget.