When I decided to leave my last job, I decided I was going to leave at the beginning of the Summer. I was going to bum around the Summer not doing much, maybe even extend that for a whole year. It sounded pretty appealing. There was very little that could have strayed me from my awesome plan. I even got to turn down some pretty swell job offers.
Then one thing came along that turned that whole idea around. Something I’d way rather do than some hippie summer. I am now working for Wufoo!
I bet a lot of you know that I’ve been a big fan of Wufoo. Wufoo is a form building web service. It’s a big part of my belief in instant productivity. Designing forms and giving them a high degree of functionality is a ton of work. Wufoo makes that job so trivially easy, it is actually fun.
I am going to be doing a variety of things with them, including design work (yay!) and blogging (yay!) and more. In fact you can already see my first blog post on the Wufoo blog: a tutorial on creating a poll with instant public results. Check it out and let me know what you think.
If you do the social media thing, I’d encourage you to follow Wufoo on Twitter / fan Wufoo on Facebook. We intend to keep people updated on new Wufoo stuff (there is lots of cool stuff in the pipeline) but just as importantly, share interesting resources and research through those outlets. Most importantly, if you’ve never tried Wufoo, you ought to sign up and give it a whirl. I’m not just towing the company line here, it’ll change how you feel about building forms.