What an interesting news day it was yesterday. Speaking of news, did you notice our new homepage and services page layouts?
You do not have to create a full, 100 page website to advertise your organization. One page may be all you need.
It is amazing what a little feedback can do. You do not have to like it, but it could provide a benefit to others.
Making a website look simple and easy to use is usually the hardest part of the job. Let me prove my point.
I just read an article in Information Week about how 5 executives are using blogging to their personal and professional advantage. The article offers 5 tips. I thought Iâ€™d add my 2 cents worth.
I just received an email from the editors at VARBusiness magazine, asking me to participate in their Exclusive Ad Study on the effectiveness of specific advertisements. What I found most helpful was applying the principles of good design to the advertisements and seeing if they were really effective to me.
I just finished reading an article in eWeek on good web design. The article reminded me of the four basic principles of GOOD web design.
An excellent resource for us web developers and web optimizers - Google Alerts. Itâ€™s a great tool after youâ€™ve just launched a new website or update.
It still surprises and amazes me that some people are still getting sucked into the phishing scams. Maybe I havenâ€™t received anything too sophisticated, but I canâ€™t imagine anyone falling for the latest one I received.
An article I wrote for the Alameda Chamber of Commerce Newsletter was published today and I wanted to share the full article and an excerpt about the benefits of blogging for your business.