hiring someone else to do it. The key to adulthood is recognizing your limitations and figuring out how to work around them. I’m not a visually oriented person so much of web design passes right over my head, and I’m not willing to invest the time needed to get good at it. So I’ve found someone who is willing to take on the project of bringing my website out of the Jurassic era.
My website designer knows and accepts my limitations, and can expertly translate commands like “Make it shiny, but not too shiny” into a working design. In the 90s she helped me build my first website, and I paid her in pizza. Today she commands professional rates… but she’s still getting a pizza when she’s done. Some traditions shouldn’t be messed with.