Chris Breitigan

Chris Breitigan

Ohio Joined over 9 years ago

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  • Posted to What CMS for designer/front end developers?, in reply to Mitch Warren , Jul 29, 2017

    Happy to share my thoughts. Thank you for the kind words!

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  • Posted to Iā€™d love some feedback on my landing page, Jul 22, 2017

    Here's my take -

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  • Posted to What CMS for designer/front end developers?, in reply to Mitch Warren , Jul 16, 2017

    I don't get on here very much so sorry I am just now seeing this. But yes I have used Surge for client projects. Only in situations where I will be the one updating the site/content since I do not have a way to connect it to a CMS. This set up is how I created the website for my photography business (not an intentional plug, just an example)

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  • Posted to What CMS for designer/front end developers?, Jul 07, 2017

    My developer skills are not amazing either but Terminal is something you should really learn at least the basics of. It really does help out with a lot of other things. Anyhow, what I personally do for all of the websites I build is: I build and generate sites with Jekyll and then deploy to either or Github Pages. For domains I use or Google Domains. It's not overly robust but it works for what I want to do and it's an easy workflow. Not overly complicated to set up and once you understand how Jekyll works and what it's capable of, you can really get creative.

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  • Posted to Show DN: Tired of WordPress so I built a simple Jekyll & Hugo CMS , Jul 02, 2016

    This looks like the perfect balance between doing everything in code and other management systems like siteleaf or cloudcannon. Just got into the beta and can't wait to check this out. Great work Scott!

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  • Posted to Site Design: MeetMidway, in reply to Evan MacAlpine , Jun 18, 2016

    When I did restaurant all I got was Subway

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  • Posted to Facebook Market (like Craiglist?), Apr 16, 2016

    I agree with what you are saying about a big company like Facebook entering the market could have potential to have more pull. I think this is an interesting idea on their part. Honestly, I'd dig it. A facebook version of craigslist I think would make buyers and sellers be more at ease because you can put a name to a face and not just have a random email or put your phone number out there. I would love to see this turn into some kind of feature or spin off. All those apps on tv where you can post and sell things seem gimmick-y.

    Sorry for the long winded answer haha but wanted to throw out my thoughts.

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  • Posted to Focus Lab's Design Process, Feb 10, 2016

    Eh, I don't think the final logo is all that great. Not saying I would have done anything better, just that it could be better

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  • Posted to A simpler, faster, and more fully-featured blogging platform, Oct 20, 2015

    Link is a 404

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