When I first launched Readability-Score.com, the domain I chose was ... just about acceptable. But as the site and offering have grown, the domain has become more and more of a problem. Well, not any more!
When Courtland from Indie Hackers posted on reddit to introduce his site, I was (like most people) impressed by both the quality of his interviews and the presentation of the site. So I was chuffed to bits when Courtland asked me to do an interview for the site.
Theodor Geisel, better known as Dr Seuss, wasn't all that wholesome.
3 May 2016 | list, earn money online
One benefit of having built websites for a long time is that I've had plenty of opportunities to get things wrong and to learn from those mistakes.
After a few weeks of hectic work, late nights, design nightmares and chasing customer feedback, it gives me great pleasure to announce the first update to my portfolio - the all new Readability-Score.com!
I'm a couple of months in, but I've not really put a plan in place for the rest of the year. I have goals, but no roadmap. Time to fix that.
Earlier in the month I reviewed my portfolio of sites, and decided that one of the first changes I needed to make was an overhaul of Readability-Score.com. Here's the process I've been through so far.
Cheatography is one of my oldest, and favourite websites. It has suffered from a lack of attention, and high hosting costs, and I've been hard at work fixing both of those problems.
Just occasionally, I have an idea for a website, and my first step is usually to see if someone else has done it first. That's not always a showstopper, but sometimes someone does something so well, there's not much point in continuing with my own idea. Here are a few of those annoyingly well-done sites.