I share the same feeling of relief as Mike when I get that final approval on a design and move to the markup and positioning…
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Last night I was up till 4am trying to put final tweaks, and content development for Natural Healing Solutions… still a few more things to
Competitions are a great way to promote your website! Check out this upcoming contest for designing Wordpress themes, March of 2006.
Have you been thinking about your website lately? You have had it for a while now, and it has always gotten you by, but when
One of the most useful resources in design for me is the Web Standards Group, and one of my favorite parts of being in the group is Russ Weakley’s occasional email titled “Links for Light Reading”… always very informative and interesting.
Andy Budd gives his Web Design and Development Trends rundown filled with predictions to see more with more rounded corners, and muted color schemes in
It has been a very long time waiting for my Amy Adele design to go live, but on a whim I decided to take a
Jakob Neilson’s Alertbox for Oct 3rd 2005 – http://www.useit.com/alertbox/designmistakes.html 1. Legibility Problems 2. Non-Standard Links 3. Flash 4. Content That’s Not Written for the Web
The online reputation management service, iKarma, that I am the Creative Director for has been given a great review over at TechCrunch! Michael Arrington feels
As many of you know I am the Creative Director for a company with an invaluable business tool called iKarma. There is so much chatter
I just returned home from a two day business trip to the Big Apple… I have been to New York several times, but this time
Blogs — a shorthand way to say Web log, which is akin to an online journal — have in a few years catapulted to the covers of magazines like BusinessWeek, become an important political tool, and cemented their place in popular culture as an increasingly vital way to get information.