Pet Projects Updates.

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#1) Create a Website that used Javascript to make a website for a friend  – Done. Waiting on more information before polishing it off. Friend is really busy with work right now, so it’s going on the back burner for now.

#2) Make a WP Theme:  Turned out Project#1 was over my head to turn into a WP theme because the Javascript split screens. Making a simple html + CSS site to making into a WP theme with underscores.

#3) Plugin: Going to take Hello Dolly and change it bit to a plugin that I’ll share with you when it’s done. I just check and I can submit my plugin into the WP Plugin Repo as long as I give credit to Hello Dolly.

Friday Check In: Aug 26, 2016

Planning your day, A day blank day planner with a blue pen

Project Check In:

  1. StudioBeLee.com:
    Phase I: Rebrand + Wire Frame  –
    Phase II: Update content + photos
    Phase III: Build
  2. Javascript (JS):  Make a JS driven intake from for Studiobelee.com
    Phase I: Design + Wire Frame  – Next Week
    Phase II: Content
    Phase III: Build
  3. Build a WP Theme from Underscores w/ a simple plugin.
    Phase I: Split Screen (JS) Site:
    3 issues:.

    • Icons for the social media
    • Author’s name getting cut off on the desktop break
    • gallery code only working in mobile break.

Phase II: Turn Project #2’s  Split Screen (JS) Site into a WP site using Underscores.
Phase III: Make a simple WP plugin for the site

Friday Check In: Aug 19, 2016

Writing down new plans

Project Check In:

Overall:  Had a bunch of fires to put out this week but at least did an hour of work each day.  Baby steps till this starts paying my bills full time.

  1. StudioBeLee.com:
    Phase I: Rebrand + Wire Frame  – Still working on it
    Phase II: Update content + photos
    Phase III: Build
  2. Javascript (JS):  Make a JS driven intake from for Studiobelee.com
    Phase I: Design + Wire Frame  – Next Week
    Phase II: Content
    Phase III: Build
  3. Build a WP Theme from Underscores w/ a simple plugin.
    Phase I: Split Screen (JS) Site:
    3 issues:.

    • Icons for the social media – Still working on it
    • Author’s name getting cut off on the desktop break
    • gallery code only working in mobile break.

Phase II: Turn Project #2’s  Split Screen (JS) Site into a WP site using Underscores. – Decided to start this phase of the project next week, as I’m still working out the bugs of Phase I.
Phase III: Make a simple WP plugin for the site

Friday Check In: Aug 12, 2016

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Project Check In:

  1. StudioBeLee.com:
    Phase I: Rebrand + Wire Frame  – Next Week
    Phase II: Update content + photos
    Phase III: Build
  2. Javascript (JS):  Make a JS driven intake from for Studiobelee.com
    Phase I: Design + Wire Frame  – Next Week
    Phase II: Content
    Phase III: Build
  3. Build a WP Theme from Underscores w/ a simple plugin.
    Phase I: Split Screen (JS) Site:
    3 issues:.

    • Icons for the social media
    • Author’s name getting cut off on the desktop break
    • gallery code only working in mobile break.

Phase II: Turn Project #2’s  Split Screen (JS) Site into a WP site using Underscores.

Phase III: Make a simple WP plugin for the site

Project #1: Working on Replacing Project #1

Open vintage book with blossom branch of cherry-tree on wooden table. a cup of coffee
M
y originally project was growing a basic WordPress site that I build a while ago.  I met with the client and they decide that didn’t really want any thing add, so we just need to update the content  from them before we push the updated site live.

Had anther person approach me with a basic membership site. We talk for a bit but we need to hammer out the details before writing up a contact to move forward.  During the talk, the client decide that they also wanted a redesign so it’s going to be a full website instead of just a membership plugin integration.

Update on my project:

Computer brainstorm illustration on blue background

Update: My progress has been slowed dramatically down since my mother got her surgery last week, and I’ve back running errands for her. I’ve been working at least one of these projects  and working on my Javascript for an hour a day.  Slow and steady.  Learning to be kind to myself. Life happens.

Project One:  Meet with Client. Right now waiting on content from client to drop in and we are basically done. The client like the way I set it up simply and didn’t want to add any thing

Project Two: Working on more Javascript Classes. Will be trying to put together a start of draft intake form next week.

Project Three: I’m not sure how to start with creating my own WordPress Theme from underscores but will be googling it 30 min a day to figure out a game plan.

Project #3: Learning to build a WordPress Theme from Underscores.

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Project #3: Learning to build a WordPress Theme from Underscores.

Intake:  Meet with Client.
Design: Style Title + Wire Frame + Client Feedback
Development: This well the challenge.
Test:
Launch:
Time Frame: One Year from Start Date
Goals:

  • Learn to understand what goes into making a very simple WordPress Theme from Underscores.
  • Make a very simple plugin
  • Work with a real client

Project #2: Pre Screening Intake Form – Completed WireFrame

Writing down new plans

Project #2: Coding a Pre Screening Intake Form using Javascript for my StudioBeLee.com site.

Checklist:

  • Wireframe: Create a wireframe
  • Game Plan: Figure out what I need with Javascript to hand code the page.
  • Code: Work on coding the page
  • Blog: Document it and blog the trails + errors
  • Research: how to add JS into a prebuilt WordPress Theme.

Time Frame: Ideally at the end of the summer.

WireFrame:  I’m going to build it out and then go back and work tinker with the design + ux.
SB Client Intake v2

Notes: I posted it on FB and received some feed back. I adjusted it to the current version.

Next Week: Game Plan