You only make a first impression once, so don’t bungle it.
Articles in this category cover methodologies and resources to plan, design and create solutions in less time. Solutions that your clients and their customer will love.
How do projects run over budget? Or would it be better to say that the project wasn’t priced correctly at the outset?
Smashing Magazine featured a survey of 35 designers on 5 key questions, making this an excellent keeper.
Design was featured on CSS Bloom, CSS Mania, and CSS Galleries.
Making a perfect first impression is business-critical.
Storing your content and/or site navigation in Flash movies is plain wrong.
“Essential Web Skills” presented by Cameron Moll at the recent Webmaster Jam Session in Dallas/TX.
Real world example comparing various Adsense campaigns.
Code reviews bring many advantages to a complex project – uncover bugs, encourage consistent coding standards, easier to maintain over time.
The nuts and bolts of usability testing, and how you’ll get more out of it.
A spirited discussion about design and publishing, and how design should be about solving a client’s problems.
Your personal checklist if your site meets the basic requirements for search engine friendliness.
Nice utility to figure out what fonts to use on your new site.
Can’t do without: Three types of software useful for the detailed tracking of visitor stats.
Comparison of the latest tools to minimize your CSS file size – and why you should care.
Fantastic list of suggestions on how to get more traffic, sell more, and make money.
Database-driven websites empower clients to manage their own website content, saving a bundle.
Decisions should be based on hard data, yet you can only measure what you track.
The right typography will greatly enhance your webpresence. Learn how to serve your visitors with unusual fonts.
Search engine optimization isn’t something that’s just tacked on, it is a direct result of solid advance planning.