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A free wallpaper image that is optimal for high-resolution retina displays.
How to pitch a website in a way that helps people understand what websites can really do for them.
I’m a proud daddy of three now. My daughter Lucy Jane was born two months ago, and I love to hold her, try to make her smile, and imagine what she’ll be like when she grows up.
If you already have a website that’s not generating much traffic, and wish there was more you could do about it, this simple exercise may surprise you.
Let’s say you invited a salesman in one day, and he sat you down and convinced you to purchase a new invention called a “Social Media Machine.”
“Everyone’s buying them! Customers demand them,” he said, shortly before you wrote out the check.
Occasionally a customer of one of my clients will contact me to tell me why they like my client’s website. I love it when that happens! Here is what I usually learn from them…
If you’ve ever sighed at the idea of reading a web page with many long paragraphs of content, I’ve got a new term for you to use: Progressive disclosure.
Are you speaking the right love language to your iPhone, iPad, and other mobile device users?
Facebook recently made changes that allow Facebook Pages (a feature used by businesses and other organizations) to behave more like a website. This is a terrific change.
In this tutorial I’ll show you how to set up a Snowflake control panel in the Textpattern CMS.
Sure, mobile websites for smart phones and handheld devices are the latest thing. But is a mobile website a good idea for your business? Here are some tips for making the right decision.
Don’t settle for mediocrity! Give your customers the website they want, and do it right the first time.