This week we quit our dithering and pushed the “go!” button on a complete, from-the-ground-up redesign of the Making It Anywhere site. And promptly wondered why we didn’t do it months ago.
In true “us” style we wrote the original spec in Bulgaria, updated it in London, had a meeting about it with a Dutchman in Madrid, and ended up employing the services of a German in Thailand. All with the assistance, of course, of our assistant in Wales and our forum buddies all over the world.
The decision to invest in making the site look less first-web-experiment-of-a-child-with-a-pirated-copy-of-Dreamweaver-circa-1999 was a big and scary one. But as soon as we’d made it, it was phenomenally bleedin’ obvious that we’d done the right thing.