- Accidental Creative
- Adapting to Web Standards: CSS and Ajax for Big Sites
- Art of Non-Conformity
- Art of Readable Code
- Back to the User: Creating User-Focused Web Sites
- Beginning PHP6, Apache, MySQL Web Development
- Books to Read
- Born For This
- Complete E-Commerce Book
- Core PHP Programming
- CSS3: Pushing the Limits
- Dealing with Difficult People
- Defensive Design for the Web
- Deliver First Class Web sites
- Design for Hackers: Reverse-Engineering Beauty
- Designing Web Interfaces
- Designing Web sites that Work: Usability for the Web
- Designing with Progressive Enhancement
- Developing Large Web Applications
- Eat That Frog
- Economics of Software Quality
- Elements of User Experience
- Extending Bootstrap
- Flexible Web Design
- Flexible Web Layouts
- jQuery Pocket Reference
- Letting Go of the Words
- Manage Your Day to Day
- Official Ubuntu Book
- Organized Home
- PHP In a NutShell
- PHP Refactoring
- PHP5 CMS Framework Development
- PHP6 and MySQL Bible
- Responsive Web Design
- Responsive Web Design with HTML and CSS3
- Rules of Thumb
- Saleable Software
- Securing PHP Web Applications
- Seed Underground
- Simple and Usable Web, Mobile and Interaction Design
- Smart Organizing
- Submit Now: Designing Persuasive Web sites
- The Life-changing Magic of Tidying up
- Web site Usability
- Web Site Usability: A Designer's Guide
- Web Word Wizardy
- Work for Money, Design for Love
Create a household journal. What do you need? Yearn for? What works and what doesn't work?
Entryway: it is a room. Need space for coats, shoes and bags. Surfaces should be free of clutter. Try a large mirror.
Hallway could be a gallery of photos. If so, you need good lighting. Try displaying children's art.
Record food preferences and gift ideas in your house journal.
Gift wrapping - brown kraft paper, glossy finish white paper and a matte (or shiny) silver paper. Stock up on interesting ribbons, raffia, skinny silk cords and other pretty ties.
Add an attractive topping to the present (i.e. baby hat for a shower; paint brushes tied with twine for child; green satin ribbon and red Christmas tree balls with white glossy paper).
Storage - use coloured tape on rubbermaid containers. Ex. green and red for Christmas.
Holidays - instead of a wreath, try a flat backed basket with holiday trimmings.
- Author: Randall Koll and Casey Ellis
- Publisher: Quarry Books (Sept. 1 2005)
- ISBN: 1592532020
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