As a converted Firefox/Safari first developer, let me break down why going Chrome-First is the future.
If you’re using custom post types in WordPress, it’s highly likely that these posts will need to be organized in the admin area by a method other than the date they were posted. In our example, we’ll be working with Movies, and the custom post type movie, sadly, the default layout is sorely lacking: The […]
A site I was developing recently had a curious blank white space at the bottom of the page, right below the footer. I took to commenting out nearly the entire site, slowly checking which bit of faulty css was causing this mess – and ultimately, it wasn’t even the CSS that was causing the problem. […]
Often in design projects we’re asked to create matrices, or data tables, to compare entries in an easily readable format. There are quite a few ways to successfully achieve this, but I’d like to share with you the table method, and hopefully convert those of you who custom-build your matrices with complex arrangements of graphic […]
Part 2 of the Website Planning Guide features the short survey I typically send out to my new web clients. It’s a crucial first step in the planning process, and as a designer, the information collected by this survey help me tailor your site to reflect the personality, tone, and mission of the business so […]
Good marketing is important, and most small businesses just plain don’t market themselves online – ignoring a huge un-tapped wilderness of opportunity. But let’s not be like them, because marketing your small business online isn’t as difficult as you might think – it’s no longer a fringe buzzword, it’s become part of the very fabric […]