If your kick off meetings go anything like a majority of mine do, at some point or another the website owner begins to rattle off what “pages of content” they would like on the site. You may even encourage it by asking them (I know I did.) It seems like a logical step, essentially you need to get an idea of scope and one way to do so is to count up and outline what pages will be on the site.
Here in Ann Arbor we have a weekly lunch group which discusses new media and digital marketing techniques called LA2M (which stands for Lunch Ann Arbor Marketing). Each week a speaker will discuss a different topic for 15 – 20 mnutes before taking questions and answers from the crowd. Earlier in March I had signed […]
After reading a few books on usability I had an “ah ha” moment. We spend so much time trying to make our websites and applications usable, yet so many of us (myself included) forget about functionality that is built into CSS that has the opportunity to enhance both the user experience and creativity of our […]
I was the lucky winner of a giveaway over on Monday by Noon awhile back, my prize of the new book Sexy Web Design by author, speaker and designer Elliot Jay Stocks. I was thrilled as I had planned to by the book anyways and it looked like a great read, not to mention that I am a fan of Elliots work and his previous cohorts, Carsonified.