We are currently half way through our two week Envato conference. This has been a great time to meet and mingle with all the people who make the network of Envato sites a reality. We've been having daily sessions discussing how to better help our different communities "Learn and Earn" online.
Photo of The Petronas Towers snapped by Michael James Williams (on his enormous Samsung Galaxy Note)..
As you already know, Webdesigntuts+ is part of the collection of Tuts+ sites with free educational content being delivered to a massive audience each day. This two week conference is a chance for the Tuts+ Editors, along with all those who run the Marketplace sites, to get together with the development team and admin staff to discuss the future of the company and have a super stellar time collaborating on best practices and company goals.... we've also been "dealing" with the Malaysia heat :)
Check out some of the most recent photos from the event.
Envato truly is an amazing company. We always do our best to put the community first and it's been awesome to hear many of the plans for growth. Good things are coming!
We've been chatting quite a bit about areas we can improve. On the Webdesigntuts+ Facebook page I mentioned our trip and asked if anyone had any feedback on the site. I'd like to extend the same request on to you.
What have you enjoyed on the site? Is there anything you don't care for?
Instead of just focusing too much on a specific tutorial or two... we're more interested in bigger picture thoughts. For example, do you prefer written tutorials? Any other categories of content you'd like to see more of? If you could change anything about the interface or user experience that would make the site better, what would it be?
You can leave your thoughts in the comments, or throw me an email at webdesign[at]tutsplus[dot]com if you'd rather keep it discrete!
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