Why, hello there.
Looks like you’d like to get in touch. Thanks! We’re all busy people, so I want to respect your valuable time and hope you grant me the same in return.
I’ve put together a helpful little guide to help navigate if contacting me is the best move. Here it is:
Do contact me if
- You’re interested in having me give a workshop at your company.
- You’d like me to consult on a project with your organization.
- You need frontend design help on your project.
- You’d like to have me speak at your conference, company, or event.
- You have questions regarding your Atomic Design book order.
- You have specific questions about web design, atomic design, responsive design, career development, or other industry-related stuff. If you have a question, please read my frequently asked questions page first to make sure I haven’t already answered it.
Don’t contact me if
- You’re looking for a “quick website”. Sorry, I don’t do rush work.
- You want to write a guest post on my blog. Read why.
- You want to quibble over of something I wrote. Read why.
- You want me to promote your product/service. Read why.
- You can “increase traffic to bradfrost dot com” with this one weird trick.
- You’re a prince who can make me very wealthy in exchange for my bank info.
If you’re still with me and you’re interested in a workshop, a project, a consulting engagement, a speaking engagement, Atomic Design, or have an industry question, feel free to email me at email@example.com.
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