After months of neglect, I am finally writing a new post! As I dove head-first into the world of web consulting, I got too busy to keep this site up-to-date. But now I'm back--still busy, just better organized.
Much has happened since April, the most notable being my founding Noverna Interactive, putting an official business name, and all the shine and polish that comes with it, onto my consulting services.
When I left my old job in February, I only had a vague idea of what I was going to do next. Inspired by a blog post that told me, whenever you are about to make a leap of faith, close your eyes and floor it, and comforted by a bit of savings I had built up for this purpose, I cut the employment cord.
I broke a major rule: I did not have a business plan (and still don't, really). At first I thought I'd develop a social-networking-fitness-diet-exercise site and make money with memberships and advertising, but knowing that the path to revenue would be a long one, I started offering consulting and development services to bring in extra cash. Little did I know how quickly I'd find clients, and how busy it would make me. The consulting business is now my primary activity, and the fitness site remains on the back burner.
Since my last post, I have built sites for a gift shop, a barber shop, a race report site for triathletes, and a travel matching service. Three out of four of these sites use Drupal, the content management system that keeps impressing me the more I learn about it and use it. The fourth will soon be converted to a Drupal site as well. And I have some big projects on the horizon, including a large academic journal site using Drupal.
With all the Drupal work I am doing, and with all that I am learning about module development and theming, I intend to start posting tips and hints on this site. Stay tuned!