How can you test your website, and why would you want to?
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.”