Blog: Website Design & Development
Every marketing website should have quality photographs of the people involved. Nay, not just photos... Portraits! You may not have the resources to hire a professional portraitist, so here are some tips to do it yourself.
I consider testimonials to be among the absolute minimum content needs for a service-based business’s marketing website. Here is why, with tips on how to ask for and manage them yourself.
Years ago I became interested in stacking rocks, like you see in motivational posters that say “BALANCE”. An idea came to me: what if I took found "normal" rock stacks and, using the same rocks, tried to create balances that are more dramatic?
Maybe hourly billing isn’t the bugaboo I’ve been led to believe. In fact, maybe it’s EXACTLY what I need to have my dream professional life, and maybe it’s actually better for my clients, too.
Because if you're going to buy and own a domain, website, and email you should know how they work on a high-level.
If your site is already using https:// and showing a padlock then good job, see you next time. If not, time to wrap your site up in a security blanket.
Let’s say someone asks you to build them a website (or you want to build one yourself). Here are some questions that can help you figure out what they (or you) really want and need.
It just takes a few smart clicks to create ready-to-use images of any website in a range of popular mobile device "frames."
Website projects of many different shapes and sizes can often benefit greatly from a “ready, fire, aim” approach of rapid launch and iteration rather than a traditional print-based process.
Sometimes it's useful to show different images (or image crops) on different screen sizes and shapes. Here’s a quick introduction to the idea.