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Happy New Year!

Web Design | Dec 31, 2008

And that’s a wrap for 2008… We’d like to wish all of you, your families and friends, a very happy, healthy and successful 2009!!!

We truly appreciate and thank everyone of you for supporting us since our recent launch through the blog by leaving us comments or on other sites such as Digg, Delicious and others.

Also, many thanks to all of you who are following our updates through RSS feeds, and most recently via Twitter.

There’s some great content coming up for 2009, so stay tuned and let’s make 2009 a really great year for everyone!! Our next update will be January 2nd, 2009.

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  • http://www.instantshift.com/ DKumar M.

    Same 2 You mate !!

  • Jack

    Happy new year everyone here. Wish a very good year to WDD too!

  • http://www.improvingtheweb.com Wesley

    Happy new year to all of you!

  • http://www.damek.eu Damian

    Happy new year ;)
    PS.
    very nice blog
    beautiful design

  • http://CenturyCafe.com Mal

    Super design – when you are ready to sell this theme – please let us know !! Regards

  • http://cazaustralia.110mb.com CAZ

    Well its JAN 2nd (Australia), still no post. ill try again later, keep the good work up.

  • http://www.webdesignerdepot.com Walter

    @CAZ – hang in there :) Friday is not even here in the West coast of Canada…

  • http://www.4psd.com/ 4psd – psd2xhtml

    Happy new year all!! :-)

    few days ago i added Webdesignerdepot to my RSS – cool website depot!

  • Yo!!

    Speaking of new content for 2009… might I suggest an article covering time tracking tools and client billing? Or perhaps two, more in-depth tutorials? What are others using to keep a handle on the various minutes and hours devoted to each project/client? How do you, as a designer, determine what to charge for your services?

    I think each of these would be good resources for those just starting out.

    • http://www.webdesignerdepot.com Walter

      Thanks, we’ll consider it :)

  • http://www.hayvancilik1.com hayvancılık

    to keep a handle on the various minutes and hours devoted to each project/client? How do you, as a designer, determine what to charge for your services?