Tag: content

Give me your WordPress questions!

Just as quickly as I gulped down my last glass of water, I changed my website. That’s why I love web design so much. Nothing is permanent—everything is updateable. And boy, have I been making updates lately! From my recent homepage refresh, to my axing of the … Read On ›

Kicking my sidebar out the door…

Remember the old days of the web? Back when everyone looked at websites on the same-sized monitor? Back when the fold was really important? Back then, sidebars were a wonderful way to fill-up space and provide more info. They maximized above-the-fold space and helped you avoid spanning the entire computer … Read On ›

So you want to start a newsletter, do ya?

Have you ever gotten a newsletter from someone who was “excited to start” their “monthly newsletter” and then fell off the planet? Perhaps they re-entered your inbox a year later and apologized for not sending a newsletter in so long—then disappeared again? THIS, my friends, is what we … Read On ›

So you want to start a blog, do ya?

Let’s face it—few things are worse than an outdated blog. If you go to somebody’s site and the last post was in 2013, you wonder if they’re still in business—don’t you? So if you want to start a blog, this black hole must be avoided. You’ve gotta commit … Read On ›

The one place projects always stall…

My favorite part of web design? Launching a client’s new website, of course! Yet too often, the launch part gets delayed. And it always happens at the same point—giving me with the content that is going on the site. It’s one of my website nightmares, and I haven’t … Read On ›

3 avoidable website nightmares

If you’ve pried in your website brief, and made your developer adore you—an awesome website is in the pipeline … unless … these website nightmares rear their ugly heads. Fortunately, these messy scenarios are completely preventable! Here are 3 sticky website scenarios you can solve from the … Read On ›

All You Need Is These 5 Pages!

Thinking of starting a new website or revising your current one? But the thought of what pages to include and what content to include on each page baffles you? Well, worry no longer, my friend. Here's a quick and easy primer to get you started on the only … Read On ›