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Choosing the Right Web Designer for Your Site

I recently read an article by a woman named Jennifer Davey titled, “Choosing the Right Web Designer for Your Site” (link) and I found several issues with her article that are common misconceptions by individuals and businesses who look for web work (design or otherwise).…

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Custom 404 Pages

You’re visiting a website and oops! Something went wrong.  Did you do it? Was it the website? How do you figure out what went wrong? If you’re like most users you’ll just hit your back button and try again. But what if it keeps happening…

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Helping Your Website Flow

Keep everything 1-2 clicks away. Provide a SEARCH function. Create a descriptive site map. Use plain language.  Don’t say ‘Our Curriculum Vitae’ if you can say ‘About Us’. Keep your navigation consistent. Provide navigation at the bottom of each page. Customize your 404 page in…

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Making Your Website Flow

When designing your website it’s easy to get lost in the fancy designs and flash graphics paying little attention to how your website is navigated. However, this is a crucial aspect of creating a successful and pleasant user experience. Before designing your website, or handing…

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5 Design Tips

1. Create a physical paper mock-up of your homepage so you can move things around before committing. 2. Don’t copy someone else’s design, be original and memorable and brand your site to your company. 3. Define a purpose for your website and cater your design…

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