I'd like to give an enormous thank you to all of my clients (and would-be clients) who have voted DanielTitus.com the Best Webdesign Company in Albany and the Southwest Georgia area. This is the first year that the Albany Herald has included the category of webdesign in their Readers' Choice awards. It might be a sign of the times that this category was included, and we are thrilled to be considered at the top of the field. Truly great design work can only be done when clients are trusting of their designer. So, we thank you for giving us not only your business but also your trust and support.
God, in His sovereignty, continues to be very good to us. May our work glorify Him and bless you!
Every year The Albany Herald runs a Readers' Choice contest in which their readers are able to elect the best businesses in the area. I was thrilled that this year they added the category of Web Design. (For me!? Oh, you shouldn't have.) This would be a nice recognition to receive, and I don't mind asking you to cast your vote for DanielTitus.com. The contest itself is pretty simple.
I believe it was Voltaire who said, "The best is the enemy of the good." In his original poem, the target in view was that of perfectionism. Perfection is not only impossible to obtain but also becomes very costly trying to achieve. Nevertheless, many creative people become so pleasantly enamored with their work that they begin to view it as perfect ... as the best. Here our Voltairian phrase takes on new meaning. The realization of perfection is impossible to obtain, but assigning the label of perfection to a work cripples appropriate improvement. So, how do you strive for the good without being derailed by the best? Here are three safeguards to consider.