Archives for Web Design

Waiting and Waiting and Waiting for the Kids

I’ve been working on a website for a client. His site was dated, terrible on mobile, contained bleh content, was poorly formatted, and wasn’t search engine optimized.  I’ve know the owner for at least ten years, and we’ve discussed his
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Quarantine Homework: Check Your Website Links

During this quarantine, I’ve found myself doing a lot of purging of my home office and home in general. I’ve reorganized and streamlined my office. I even bought a fancy glass chair mat to put under my office chair. So
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When Website Images Go AWOL

While working on a client’s web page, I noticed an image was missing. I found the errant image in my files and re-uploaded it. That got me to wondering if other images on his site were missing. I checked the
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New Website? It Ain’t Over!

I recently helped a client overhaul his home improvement website for a high end clientele. It was a ton of work and expensive for the client. As we launched, I was very pleased with the results. It’s a beautiful new
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Get An SSL Certificate Post-Haste

For some time now, Google has been giving websites with SSL certificates a slight edge in search results rankings. An SSL certificate gives owners and users more security using encryption.   Luckily, it’s inexpensive to implement. Sites that don’t have
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Pictures On Your Website Ain’t Enough

It’s not unusual for me to have a client who asks why we need any text at all on web pages. Don’t the pictures speak for themselves? Well, yes, pictures do one heck of a lot of speaking. Especially for
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Malingering About Uploading Testimonials

I’ve written in the recent past about how hard it is to follow all of my own advice with respect to proofreading and time management. Now I have to add keeping my testimonial page updated on my own website. I’m
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