10 Jul

The Tree has 100 posts!

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Just a quick little announcement to say The Designed Tree has hit a total of 100 posts. It is a small achievement but I am very happy with the progress. Thanks to all who commented and who reads the site.

I am also in the progress of a making a little surprise for you guys. I should have it ready in a few weeks time, so more on that later.

Thanks again guys…

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19 Comments

Congrats, and thanks for running such a great resource. I’ve been so happy with the quality of the sites you’ve been covering over the last few weeks that I un-subscribed from the many gallery feeds I was trawling through every day in favour of just using yours.

Keep up the good work!

Posted by Dave Cardwell July 10th at 4:40 pm

Hey Dave,

Thanks so much for the kind words. It really means alot mate.

All the best

Posted by Keith Donegan July 10th at 4:48 pm

No worries. Sorry I’ve not left comments before—I’ll make more of an effort in the future!

Posted by Dave Cardwell July 10th at 5:23 pm

Nice work. I’ve been subbing for a few weeks now and have seen new work every second day or so. Where do you find the website designs?

Posted by Peter Knight July 10th at 5:34 pm

Hey Peter, I have about 25 or so different sources, some well known sites. I actually don’t add about 97% of the sites I come across because of their bad design, they’re not unique or I just plain don’t like them :)

Posted by Keith Donegan July 10th at 5:41 pm

Hey Dave,
Thank you too. Your tastes have proved consistently on-target with my own, and I’m always glad when one of your features shows up in my feed reader.
Keep up the good work!

Posted by Evan Payne July 10th at 5:43 pm

Hi Evan, I’m Keith :)

Posted by Keith Donegan July 10th at 5:47 pm

Oh yeah. Hah. Well Keith, well done. Dave, I’m sorry, I’ll have to rescind my compliments.
Keith, on another note, great color choices for your site.

Posted by Evan Payne July 10th at 5:56 pm

This is like stylegala that gets updated… prime quality only. I’d rather see a quality site a day than a bunch of so-so sites. Screenfluent is worsening every day and your site here is becoming my favorite – so keep up the great work.

Posted by Wolf July 10th at 6:01 pm

Wolf, thanks a million for that, it will only make me work harder on this site.

Posted by Keith Donegan July 10th at 6:13 pm

Liking your work, Keith. Here’s to the next 100 posts.

Posted by David Airey :: Creative Design :: July 11th at 9:03 pm

Thanks for what you do! I enjoy reading this blog, it keeps me inspired!

Posted by Amy Culbertson July 11th at 9:54 pm

I couldn’t help but notice that you use the same tree graphic as Tunnel 7 (http://www.tunnel7.com/). Did you both happen to find the same illustration on some stock site?

Posted by Christian Watson July 12th at 2:54 am

Hi Christian,

Yep, it is a common illustration that is floating about alot. I probably should invest in a good logo in the next few months, but for now it will do :)

Posted by Keith Donegan July 12th at 11:09 am

heres to the next 100. Always look forward to the RSS feed arriving in my inbox.

Posted by Michael July 13th at 6:17 pm

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Posted by Creative resources 16 July 2007 : David Airey :: Creative Design :: July 16th at 2:06 am

Congrats on your first 100 posts and here’s to the next 100!

Posted by Jennifer July 16th at 10:20 am

Hi Folks

I would really like to get our site listed or at least given a once over by designed tree this is mainly due the excellent content listed here.

I unfortunately do not know how to get the site listed in Designed Tree, and would like a bit of help if possible.

As you may or may not know less than 5% of Education Web Site Development is done with the use of CSS and XHTML! Really shocking if we consider the accessibility conitations that this number implies.

Well this makes me even more proud of the fact that I convinced, negotiated and generally arm twisted the powers that be to take the expensive and more time consuming route of CSS.

I would like to make this publicly known “I am not personally seeking recognition” but would like the fact that we have developed a CSS based site to help convince other educational organisations to follow suite.

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