A Little Bit Of Christmas Cheer


No blog would ever be complete without a little bit of Christmas Cheer. As we begin winding down for the holiday season, we'd like to take time out to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a very Happy New Year. We thank all of you for your patronage this year. 2010 has been the busiest year we've ever had at MW Web Design and we look forward to helping all of our clients — past, present and future — with their web design needs in the coming year.

We've got some interesting things planned for the new year and some major changes are on the horizon for us. Over the past ten years, we've been really set in our ways and have always opted to take the humble and old-fashioned approach to web design. With the way things have evolved on the Internet, especially over the last couple of years (who would have ever thought that people would be surfing the Internet on their phones, for example?), we feel that for the most part, the majority of web standards have somewhat stabilized now. Websites aren't just websites anymore. They're becoming web applications. Our goal for the new year is to embrace this technology with the addition of a new team member in 2011 who will bring with her, many years of experience in helping us to not only develop websites, but web applications for our clients.

But let's get back to the real reason for this post. There's something about the festive season which seems to bring out the little kid in each and every one of us. Maybe it's the iPhone we've been waiting for which we hope will magically appear under the tree on Christmas morning. Perhaps it's that warm and exciting feeling we get from seeing all the Christmas lights and decorations on the streets and in the store windows. For many, it's the true meaning of Christmas — celebrating the birth of Christ and feeling that sense of peace which arrives every December 25th. And for others, maybe it's one of those songs we begin hearing at Christmas time which brings back the fondest of memories or even just the snow falling lightly outside with each snowflake glistening as it trickles down in front of the neon lights (we've already had lots of that white stuff here in Vancouver this year).

No matter what it is that gets you into the Christmas spirit, it's definitely the most wonderful time of the year so have a happy holiday season. Play it safe and don't drink and drive. You could always be "fun and exciting" people like us and simply not drink at all (hey, there's a lot to be said for a cup or two of Starbucks!). But then again, maybe that's just a little too boring. Remember that Joe Walsh song — "I'm just an ordinary average guy, my friends are all boring and so am I" (sorry, just couldn't resist mentioning that one).

Have yourselves a very Merry Christmas and we'll "connect" with you all again next year. Maybe from a new iPhone (we'll be putting out an extra plate of cookies for Santa on Christmas Eve)...

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