Articles tagged with site-development
Your website should have the same feel and personality as your business in general. It shouldn’t be viewed as a separate entity.
A review of Jumpchart, a web content planning application. No more back and forth with Word docs or emails about text edits!
A little snippet of a presentation I gave at the 2010 ASJA writers’ conference in NYC. I am a truly dreadful public speaker…
An offbeat question to get to serious answers about the audience, purpose, and personality of your website.
Current or previous clients may familiar to some extent with my website development process already, but for prospective clients, or those curious about what goes on on my end, I thought I would lay out the basic steps.
Clients sometimes forget that they share a major responsibility in the development of their site: planning and preparing the text and images that make up the site content.
At a basic level, code + images = website! In this article, I’ll explain the main ingredients that make up a website.