One of the most frustrating points for a site owner is how and where to add content on their site. By creating themes with custom fields, developers can make this part simple for their clients; even with complex layouts.
If you went into a Home Depot and asked how much a new kitchen was would you expect a direct answer?
Setting up a site with a lot of content is a challenge. I solved it in this example by making all of the navigation category links instead of individual posts and by using custom taxonomies and facets to filter the results even further.
Integrating a complicated registration form that will create a user account and the proper membership level using Gravity Forms and Restrict Content Pro.
WordPress has become a buzzword that a lot of people don’t really understand. Do you want to “convert” your site to WordPress, because that’s what everyone tells you? It’s not always the best course of action.
Installing an ecommerce plugin in WordPress is not hard, getting all the assets and information you need to make it work is another matter.
Clients come to the web design process pretty ignorant. As designers and developers it should be part of our job to help educate them.
I went to a presentation on a really wonderful website; Our Constitutional Rights. This sight was put together by professional ad man turned amateur web guy, who thought it was important that young people understand what the Constitution is all about. This site is an amazing example of how content can and should speak to it’s […]
Ways to Market your Website and How Social Networking can work for a Small Business. It’s never about you and your service/goods, it’s always about solving a problem for your customer. Value is determined by the buyer not the seller.
You’re hiring someone because they have skills that you don’t; so how do you know they have the right skill set necessary for your site?
When adding images to a web site, what does “web-ready” mean?
This subject is probably the most important thing I cover in my seminars and after what I just went through this morning with one of my own clients, it bears repeating again. Just so we’re all on the same page – a domain name is the address of your website. This site’s domain is beckydavisdesign.com. […]
Very few people will talk about an uneventful order, everyone will complain about a bad one.
So every small business can have a site in 2 weeks, right? How long will it take you? Do you have your content ready?
This was written by Chris Campbell of Lakeshore Branding and I couldn’t agree with him more, except maybe that I would tell you these things….