Developing and designing websites can be hard enough just coming up with a successful design, layout, and construction, but how will your site hold up in 1 of the millions of browsers out there? Here are a few tips that you can follow to help make your next website design/development faster and easier.
Many professional photographers use services such as Flickr to promote and share their work, and after this past weekend many photographers may have to rethink their involvement with different organizations, especially Flickr.
Well, after spending the last few weeks working on the new catalog for RAVE Sports I thought it would be helpful to share some tips on catalog and print design from this experience.
So you’re working on a brand spankin’ new website design, and the client starts asking questions like: Hey this [insert Flash site] is really cool looking, can you make my site like that? -or- Hey my [son/daughter/relative/friend/etc.] was telling me we should put this Flash thing on our website, can you do that? I believe […]
The not so complete consensus on the internet is that a web page needs to load in around 4 seconds or less before you can start to lose visitors. Some visitors will sit and wait no matter how long the site takes to load, but on average if your pages are climbing past that 4 […]