Slow, Unfocused Progress (Or Lack Thereof)

I finally got a good block of time to just sit down and do some work  on the new design today, but it was far from productive. I’ve been extremely busy the past few weeks on the job so hadn’t had time to focus on furthering the progress of the design.

I came home today after a company Christmas event and got down to work on the site. For some reason, I couldn’t focus properly on the task at hand. I’m pretty sure it has something to do with the fact that I’m tired. I haven’t been sleeping enough recently, so I think I’ll take the hint and get to bed earlier tonight.

On the plus side, I’ve planned out the design a little better. I’ve written down a checklist of features and functions I want to implement and I’m starting to check them off as I go. This makes it much easier to see just what stage the design’s at and what areas need some attention.

A release around New Years definitely seems more likely than Christmas at this point…


3 Replies to “Slow, Unfocused Progress (Or Lack Thereof)”

  1. I really appreciate your work on ‘hemmed’, very nice! I’m sure lots of folks are waiting for your new theme to come out..
    Why don’t you post some pics of it, so that we humble non designers can see what is boiling in the pot?
    Thanks a lot for your work! Keep up with it!

    and of course…

    Merry X’mas!

  2. Take your time with your new theme. And thanks for the Hemmed one, should fit nicely for my blog’s theme change this coming New Year as well. 🙂

    BTW, is it all right I contact you for a few questions regarding the Hemmed theme? I want to make a little change to it, but I can’t seem to get it working right for some reason.

    I understand if you won’t be able to, especially since New Year’s around the corner.

  3. Alberto: I think that’s a great idea. I’ll post up a screenshot of it later today perhaps. Lots of little things to be polished still

    Dave: Sure, feel free to give me a shout. For some reason or another, my email may be a little wonky, but chuck at nfiniti dot org should work okay.

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