Web Design Category

The House that WordPress Built

by Bobby Martinez
Friday, February 13th, 2009

Blogs, content management systems, and forums represent the bleeding edge of website functionality. Gone are the days when static content was needed merely to establish internet credibility; websites with unchanging information are soon eclipsed by peers with news updates, opinions, and reasons for returning viewers to interact with one another. With thi

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Fonts for the Web

by Jacqueline Sinex
Monday, February 9th, 2009

Suppose you have spent a good deal of time and money working on your company branding, and your business logo has a beautiful scripted font that you are ever so proud of. Having this fancy logo is certainly fine, but don’t count on translating that same font into all of the body text for your […]

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The Digital Democracy

by Bobby Martinez
Friday, February 6th, 2009

When the internet became a vast public entity in the late-1990s, no one could predict how important personal information would become in the general scheme of the digital community. Most corporations saw web earning potential in interactive entertainment, rather than the digital community we now experience. Where film and television, as digital media, ha

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Identity Legacy

by Bobby Martinez
Friday, January 30th, 2009

We live in a visual world saturated with symbolism. A walk down the street brings us the sight of billboards, posters, signs in shop windows, and even vinyl graphics on corporate vehicles. This visual saturation, which has changed the experience and process of business, began over sixty years ago, and continues to the present day […]

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The Do’s and Don’ts of Popular Web Design Elements

by Bobby Martinez
Thursday, January 29th, 2009

CAUTION: Condiments Ahead! Your web page is like a delicious meal, only instead of feeding the stomach, it feeds the brain (and the eyes, hopefully). The main purpose of your website is to deliver content, and like a good chef, a web designer knows just how to accentuate the main course with a little pinch […]

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Common Web Terms You May Have Missed

by Bryan Lokey
Tuesday, January 27th, 2009

The internet is full of terms that can seem quite confusing. Many sites use terms and abbreviations that they expect a person to know without even giving them a brief overview of what the terms mean. Even when you search for the definitions of these terms some of the information you find can read like […]

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E-Learning: Out of the Classroom and Onto the Web

by Jacqueline Sinex
Monday, December 22nd, 2008

Does your company offer courses for professional certifications that require students to spend several hours in a classroom every year? How much more convenient would it be for those individuals to study from their home or office? E-Learning Examples Real estate industry courses with multiple chapters, interactive Flash quizzes, random security check que

Stop, Drop, and Roll Your Website Into Shape: Key Mistakes to Avoid

by Bryan Lokey
Wednesday, November 5th, 2008

Trim down your homepage. Your homepage should draw people into your site and make them want to see more. It should not only be easy to read but should load quickly as well. Although high-speed internet is quickly becoming the standard, there is still a large percentage of people who connect through dial-up. If your […]

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