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Web Design Marketing Podcast Episode 1 – Calls to Action How / Why

Posted on 04/25/2007

Ann Arbor Event – Seth Godin in Ann Arbor

Posted on 04/23/2007

The void and the separation

Posted on 04/11/2007

Justified horizontal navigation with liquid layouts

Posted on 04/09/2007

Archive for April, 2007

Web Design Marketing Podcast Episode 1 – Calls to Action How / Why

By Ross Johnson on Wednesday, April 25, 2007 5 Comments

Introduction Every site is selling or marketing something. Even this blog, I am trying to convince readers that it is worth their time to come back and read additional articles. On the business side of things, you literally have items/services to sell or leads to generate. Even though many designers are playing the roll of…

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Ann Arbor Event – Seth Godin in Ann Arbor

By Ross Johnson on Monday, April 23, 2007 1 Comment

Local to Ann Arbor or the Michigan Area? I have an exciting event that you really owe yourself to come to. Seth Godin, father of new marketing techniques will be coming to the Michigan Theater in Ann Arbor on Tuesday May 22nd. If you don’t know Seth Godin, now is the perfect time to come…

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The void and the separation

By Ross Johnson on Wednesday, April 11, 2007 4 Comments

I often see voids between us “standard-ities” and the rest of the “web creative world.” We all have our “Happy Cog” role models that nod approvingly as we create clean, simple, content centered web pages that are accessible and validate. What about the rest of the world? It is no secret that marketers, graphic designers,…

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Justified horizontal navigation with liquid layouts

By Ross Johnson on Monday, April 9, 2007 8 Comments

The use of horizontal navigation on web sites has been around for ages, and with the extremely vast differences between browsing resolutions the need to have a site that is liquid is becoming increasingly more important. This presents a problem however, for us standards based coders when we try and combine the two practices. How…

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