This blog will contain hints, tips, and my personal thoughts, all with a basis in scripture, for becoming a man or woman worth marrying!Alright, everybody, let's get this show on the road.But you can’t say they aren’t proud of their work, you’d be hard pressed to find a designer willing to hand in something sub-par just to make it home in time for Survivor.It’s called ‘Adobe’, and you will never understand it.But before you dive headfirst into a world of logos and coffee and deadlines, there are a few quirks you ought to consider when dating designer folk.You may think it will be fun to re-decorate your living room with the help of your designer partner, but you’re wrong. Not unless you are familiar with pantones, rules of aesthetics and tungsten lighting.We are dating site designers, its all we do do so we do it very well.
We have been in the business of developing dating sites for over 12 years, we are not new at this.Forget mixing your Mexicali rug with a French provincial coffee table, it’s just not going to happen. They will scoff at your use of comic sans and appear frustrated when you don’t understand the importance of good kerning.They will take to the formatting of your resume with a hatchet, and the outcome will be spectacularly more professional than your best suit.Let's start with a dictionary definition, shall we? Now, I'm not trying to rain on your parade and say that you'll never get flowers again, ladies, or that gents, your woman will never buy you another silk tie just because.The second thing I noticed when I was doing a little research on the topic is that the word "romance" never appears in the Bible. I did a keyword search for, get this- six different translations of the Bible, and the word romance does not appear in a single one of them. Now, I hope by this point, you are stroking your beards (unless you're a girl, in which case, please go shave if you are, in fact, stroking your beard), because by today's standards, romance seems to be a pretty integral part of love, dating, and marriage, right? Well, maybe a little, but it seems that there is a common denominator in both of those things: They. I'm simply saying that God never had anything to say about romance, so I wonder if that meant he designed love between a man and a woman to be more than just flowers and chocolates?
So you’ve nabbed yourself a designer and life is good.