Posted 09.04.2013 @ 11.36PM (Edited 09.04.2013 @ 11.36PM)
I actually really like my Beats Studios, but in the office I prefer my Sennheiser HD-218s - because I can hear when someone's trying to get my attention. Sennheisers really are amazing for the price.
Posted 22.02.2013 @ 11.29PM
It was enough to entice me to sign up, and I have to say, compared to the old way, the application management for Creative Cloud is fantastic.
Apart from still having to install an installer to install your installer, dawg.
Posted 22.02.2013 @ 11.26PM
Default WordPress doesn't come with a portfolio section, so it definitely sounds like more of a theme-specific issue, or something to do with a plugin you're using.
If it's a premium theme you're using the vendor should have documentation and support forums if they're any good. http://graphpaperpress.com/ themes are always very well supported, but there's usually plenty of help available over at wordpress.org
Posted 22.02.2013 @ 11.21PM (Edited 22.02.2013 @ 11.21PM)
One size doesn't fit all with this sort of thing - you really want to try to determine what the best approach will be for any given case and budget. As @axelana suggested, if you can provide even just a URL for the site in question, someone will be able to take a quick look and give you a rough idea what the best direction might be in their opinion.
I'm personally not all that familiar with services like bmobilized, but from what I have seen of that type of thing it's rarely the most attractive option.
Also, if the budget is really incredibly small, consider what small changes you make to the existing site to make it more user friendly on a smaller screen. If you can't go responsive, a well designed site that allows the user to zoom nicely can be far more preferable than some out-of-the-box plugin solution.
Posted 29.11.2012 @ 9.58AM
@tombryan x 2
There is a good break down of it here (scroll down the bottom): http://themeshaper.com/2012/10/22/the-themeshaper-wordpress-theme-tutorial-2nd-edition/