The Agent That Came Out From The Cold
She had been a real estate agent for many years. As a matter of fact, you could say her validation had been earned long ago. She had badges that included CRS, GRI, CRE and others. She began before there was a WWW. But now, she was on a mission ... crack the CCS code.
She had been rather mobile in the agent business. And, she was plugged-in to all the areas of real estate. She was proficient from luxury homes to the most basic home. She can relate to the rich, middle class and least wealthy. You might understand from her history her pseudo-class skills.
The foundation was one room wide, but the house stretched upward for several floors. She could see it was time for a cup of Java.
Excerpt from the non-published, never to be published, fake book, The Agent That Came Out of the Cold.
We do not need to know how to use code,
but knowing how it is used will help!
Have you ever had an electronic flyer, ad piece, web page, blog post or pdf with an end image visualized? But, you could not put what is in your mind's eye into the format you "see?" Have you looked at others excellent creations and thought, I can't-do that? Or, you have the money, the willingness to invest, but your designer begins to take over with what they see?
First, designers are trained and practiced to make it look the best as they understand your goal. But, herein lies the challenge. If we cannot communicate properly and if we don't understand the limitations for the designer, we will be led to disappointment or accepting a compromise that may not have been necessary.
Case in point, Wordpress is not Iframe friendly, as I understand it for security issues. But, as a neophyte, I have found there is a plugin for that challenge. Now, I have not made it happen yet, but I can now work with my web designer to ferret out what we have to do to accomplish. And, as this is solved, I will know how to include an iFrame in future blogs. At least that is the hope.
So, let's give our designers a break today and come out of the cold. Let's give them a clue about what we are asking.