end/line 04/30/2017 update

1 Leave a comment on paragraph 1 0 It’s finally May – which means that the clock is ticking down to both our presentation day and the day that the grant proposal should somewhat be together. Iuri is going through a couple more rounds of beta testing which means I’ll be on my feet to address any issues or feedback that might come from it. I right now have to put myself in a place to elaborate as much as possible about the process of not only learning a couple of things along the way via Brian but why I made some of the choices I did stylistically with Bootstrap.

2 Leave a comment on paragraph 2 0 As for the work this week, the pages that Brian asked for me to put together to finish the final routers were the forgot password page, email validated “thank you notice,” and the reset confirmation for passwords. I styled these based on the minimalist signup and error pages because it didn’t merit being too busy. Now it’s just about cleanups and a few more style changes.

3 Leave a comment on paragraph 3 0 On the backburner currently is putting together a “How It Works” page via Tom’s suggestions. I must check out how to make a compatible copy based on the example he sent me which I’m going to run through this entire week.

4 Leave a comment on paragraph 4 0 So far so good.

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