Please check spelling and use the appropriate words when putting up your portfolio sights… if you want future work.
It happened again. In the course of my work, I’ll run across a small business or non-profit in desperate need of a website refresh. I then refer the business to a former student (many of whom have completed web-development classes), and both are happy.
But not this time… because of a simple spelling error. Actually, the word is correctly spelled, but it’s the wrong word – “bare with me” is not the same as “bear with me” – and given the basic purpose of a website is to communicate – it’s a major failing.
Quality has to extend to all the parts… or what’s the point?