What Should I Write About?

04 May 2009 ~ 7 Comments

I wrote an article recently on reviving my blog and also made a commitment to write a new article every week. So far I’ve been able to do that but lately I’ve been assuming and guessing on what topic the readers of this blog really needs.

Facing that issue, I decided to put up a suggestion box on the left side of this blog so I can have a better picture of what you really need to read. I want this blog to have a direction and a community where we can exchange our thoughts and ideas.

So if you have any topic that you want me to discuss or anything that you would like to see improve on this blog, please feel free to send in your suggestions through the link on the left side and I will do my best to provide for you. Thank you.

7 Responses to “What Should I Write About?”

  1. Steven Bradely 4 May 2009 at 11:55 am Permalink

    Raymond, I only recently found your blog, but so far I’ve liked what you’ve been writing about. I’d say keep going as you have been. I like the mix of topics around design and development. For the variety keeps me interested.

    I did offer a suggestion through Skribit and if I come up with more I’ll be happy to pass them along.

  2. Raymond Selda 4 May 2009 at 12:53 pm Permalink

    Thank you for the kind comments and for the suggestion Steven. I like the article you suggested and it is actually one of my future articles. Please feel free to suggest anything that comes into your mind. Thank you.

  3. Soh Tanaka 5 May 2009 at 10:33 pm Permalink

    Hey Raymond,

    I usually cruise around some forums (CSS-tricks would be good), and see what kind of help people are looking for. I also look for inspiration on daily projects that I come across, anytime I make something for a client, I would try to make a tutorial out of it. I noticed on my blog, the most practical “how to’s” usually gets the most comments and feedback~

    Just some thoughts :-)


  4. Raymond Selda 6 May 2009 at 11:57 am Permalink

    Hi Soh,

    Thanks for your suggestions. I will definitely check out CSS-tricks’ forum. Just yesterday I was looking at your blog for some inspiration and I really like the way you write and how you approach your tutorials. Thanks!

  5. Steven Bradely 7 May 2009 at 6:53 am Permalink

    Good idea for searching the forums Soh. I’ve gotten away from that myself over time and should get back to scanning them for questions more. I used to think that any question that was asked more than once was good fodder for a new post, but I guess even the single question makes for a good post.

    Glad to pass on the compliments Raymond. They’re well deserved.

  6. hehe 28 May 2009 at 11:40 pm Permalink

    Please write about some basic and easy to understand tuts. Many people want to learn/start from creating easy/basic things(including me) but unfortunately there are less tuts. So, I think it would be a good idea.

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