When I began creating websites in the mid-nineties, the (vastly smaller) web was populated by some laughably ugly websites. Many of us can today recall the aliased animated gifs, scrolling marquees and garish web-safe palettes. Read more >
I was recently contacted by a contributor to the aptly-named web design tip blog Webdesigntips.blog. The message invited me to be a part of that website’s Website Development Expert’s List – and not one to turn down free exposure, I of course assented. Read more >
You’ve mocked up a killer website in Photoshop, and now you are ready to dive into the wonderful world of theming. Congratulations! But before you go further, be sure to carefully consider your plan of attack. Read more >
Acting as a one-man marketing agency for my clients, I am frequently asked what, if any, social media platforms are a good fit for their business.
Sometimes, the answer is none (at least, not yet). Read more >
Using a Content Management System (or CMS) to built out your website is a great way to take control of your content. CMSs allow users to login to a user-friendly administrative interface and manage web content without any programming knowledge. Read more >
Most UX/web designers are familiar with flowchart creation. Early in the design process, we assemble a website tree, detailing relationships from home page (the tree trunk) to category pages (branches) to landing pages (leaves). Read more >