Archive for August, 2011
This is the second story in a series. Read first post about Noma.
Leslie Worth, Creative Director
Last week I sat down with Leslie, my creative director, to chat about how design shapes her. In my opinion, Leslie looks creative, from fun and expressive outfits to her fearless changes in hairstyles. I have had the pleasure of working with Leslie for the past 5 years, learning from her and collaborating on some great projects, both client-facing and internally.
2 comments August 22, 2011
Blogging has me feeling vulnerable as well as excited. In an effort to shape my own career as well as my writing skills, I am writing a series of stories about my co-workers at HB Design to give our readers a different perspective on what shapes individuals at HB and how and why they love their careers. I am finding out many different things, thoughts, and some dreams of those who I am surrounded by every work day! Of course, you can visit our website www.hbdesign.com and view a photo as well as a summary of our accomplishments, strengths and experience, but there is so much more that I want to share.
Noma Hanlon, Principal of HB Design
Interviewing Noma was quite fun. I have been her employee for the past 11 years, and during this interview I learned some interesting and profound things about her.
1 comment August 12, 2011
I maintain a collection of documents in a Microsoft SharePoint library for a client. I’ve also created a separate set of HTML web pages that contain links to these documents. These are a set of individual “vanilla” HTML pages in a tabbed structure.
The client wanted to be able search across all the tabs to find individual PDFs, Word docs, or PowerPoint files, so I thought it would make sense to use the search that’s built into SharePoint. But I didn’t know exactly how to connect the web pages to the SharePoint search engine.
It took some research, and I finally found an example for something else relating to SharePoint searches. The example used a form, so I teased it apart and added a form field to the web page. The next challenge I had was directing the SharePoint search engine to just look at my library of documents. (more…)
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