CSS Mega Resource

Have you ever found yourself looking for a way to do something specifically with CSS that you haven’t done before?

I build out sites for a lot of different companies and whenever I have to build out a site that I didn’t personally design I always run across something that makes me think twice about a certain CSS method.

Top 50 Google Website Optimizer Tips on What to Test

Testing your website design is one of the best ways to determine how well things are working. Testing doesn’t have to be hard either. A lot of times simple adjustments can make a huge difference.

For example: Using “Free Quote” instead of “Submit” on your contact form can drastically increase click thrus.

WordPress 2.8.4: Security Release

This vulnerability happened to my site today (hours before this release) and almost caused me to re-think Wordpress. I’ve been hacked before a few times and I was really getting tired of it.

But once again the Wordpress community is REALLY on top of things. By the time I changed quite a few settings and added a bunch of security plugins, this 2.8.4 Security Release came out.

Launching a New Design

I try and re-design my website every year to keep it fresh and up-to-date. Obviously some years the design and development process goes faster than others and this year was no exception.

I was planning on launching my new site on January 1st, but as you can tell that didn’t happen. I was fortunate enough to hook up with another local company here in Greenville that needed a pretty regular front-end developer, so I am glad to say that the re-design didn’t get launched because I was incredibly busy.

How to Understand Your Client

Starting a project with a new client is usually an exciting process. It’s important that everybody is on the same page from the very beginning.

Vandelay Design put together 9 Things to Understand About a Client When Starting a Design Project.

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