Three things you won't leave the house without?
I'm actually going to flip this question on it's head and tell you two things I have learned to leave the house without, and one thing I always take with me.
In the beginning, there was “Waterfall” — and folks, it was bad.
What I’m talking about, of course, is the so-called Waterfall methodology, a model for developing software or other engineering projects that was first ideated in 1956, and which became popularized, particularly in government and in the aerospace industry, in the 1970s. Waterfall was the dominant model for engineering software, including websites, until fairly recently; many companies and agencies still use it.
Unless you have spent the last few years on an island in the South Pacific, you’ve probably heard the acronym SEO. For those of you just getting back to the mainland, it stands for Search Engine Optimization, and it is a general term for getting the most out of Google search results.
Do you have to seek inspiration? I used to rely on inspiration striking whenever I needed it, but these days I like to fill my head with the right kind of information, to give rise to the right kind of inspiration.