Category: Bidsketch

New Bidsketch Website Design and Logo

I’m super excited with the recent update to the main Bidsketch website. After months of work we’ve released a new design and logo for Bidsketch. You can see the new website design here: http://www.bidsketch.com/ The blog was also redesigned in the process as well: https://www.bidsketch.com/blog/ The new logo is a bit more modern and better […]

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SPF Support for Bidsketch

Many email providers (like Gmail and Yahoo!) use SPF to ensure that email is allowed to be sent by the server that sent it. They do this by checking your DNS server for an SPF record that says it’s ok for X server (or domain) to send emails for Y domain. Bidsketch now has a public […]

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Don’t Be Afraid to Ask

Bidsketch has been live for about 8 months now and I continue to be surprised by how much great insight can be gained by talking to my users. I’m lucky in that Bidsketch is made for designers. Talking and interacting with designers is just plain fun. Things go a lot smoother when the person on […]

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Bidsketch Gets a New Design

Work (lots of it) is taking place to give Bidsketch a brand new look. Not just that, but once the new design is live, you’ll find a couple of pleasant surprises which I’ll talk about in a few days. The best way to describe it would be to say that it’s a bit of a […]

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LessConf in Atlanta

In about two weeks I’ll be heading out to Atlanta to hear some ridiculously great entrepreneurs speak at LessConf. Some of my very favorite people will be there. These are guys that have heavily influenced how I approach product development and customer service. Guys like Peldi from Balsamiq, and Jason Fried + DHH from 37signals. […]

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