Some time ago, Eoghan McCabe ran a little competition to drive up his rss subscribers. I didn’t win, but was granted an unexpected consolation prize. He’d had a look around Tuppenceworth (the real, main Tuppenceworth.ie site) and had liked what he’d seen.
So we had a meeting for pasta and tea during the week. I enthused about Tuppenceworth. He nodded in the slightly overwhelmed manner people use when they’re first exposed to my enthusiasm. We briefly discussed why it might be a good idea to really really pay attention to contracts. And then we agreed that Eoghan would send me some reference links to various site designs.
I asked him why he’d been interested in Tuppenceworth to start with and he said that it was clear that it was something made with love and that’s what a good designer wants to work on. Anyone who thinks like that is someone I’ll trust.
Exciting times ahead. The end should be a rebirth of something I’m very proud of, but have been unable to give the attention it needed in its current form.