This very famous cartoon by Edward Koren has the caption, “Well, there’s your problem.”
We’ve had clients tell us they want a Call to Action page.
Tom and I met this morning to discuss a bunch of websites we’re currently building, and I found myself thinking repeatedly of a new book from Sitepoint, Killer UX Design. […]
November and December are peak times for ecommerce, no matter what you’re selling. People are in the mood to shop. This makes it a good time to take a look […]
Shan and I are currently working on a church website. There are lots of interesting things about this project, as there are about every project, but one aspect that has […]
I like to show you “Before” websites from time to time. These are the websites that need an updsate. One of the things you’ll notice about a lot of the […]
I have had some conversations lately about websites without the traditional homepage.
Social media supports your website and extends the value of your investment in that website. Crowdsourced and user-generated content are great opportunities for linkbuilding, wonderful places to meet your […]
A few years ago I wrote the content for a website that specializes in animal tissue and blood for research. We were working on terms like “mouse albumin,” “tyrosine hydroxylase,” […]
Naturally, you want your website to be different and exciting. You don’t want it to look as though it were made with a template. You want it to be special […]
Tom and I are working on a very fun e-commerce website right now. The owners are fun, their products are fun, the customers are fun, it’s just a fun project […]
I’m working with designer Jon Schleuss on a website for the local chapter of the American Association of University Women, an organization to which I belong and which I support […]
Friction is a key concept in transportation, but it’s also an important idea in commerce. Economist Thomas Friedman describes human contact during commerce as “friction.”
Yesterday I finished up edits on content for a new website. One of the issues that came up frequently in the conversation was the idea of repetition. The client felt […]