Just read a great article over on Css Tricks about “The Heating Company Analogy” for Designers and Developers, and wanted to follow up with my own post on the topic.
The basic idea behind the article is just like the heating/oil company tries to anticipate your needs and charge you a steady rate throughout the year, we need to anticipate our clients needs and give them a similar option. Whether you’re offering graphic design, web design, development, or any other of a myriad of services, you should be able to use a subscription-based offering for additional work with your clients.
Continue reading “Designers and Developers, Are You Throwing Away Good Money?”
After many months of development, and some really great contributions WordPress version 2.7 is now ready for the general public.
Continue reading “WordPress 2.7: Coltrane – It's Official!”
Web Design Ledger has a great list of design-related blogs that I recommend every designer should check out (not to mention the Web Design Ledger site is a great design resource on it’s own).
Continue reading “12 Awesome Design Blogs that every designer should read”
Being a Minnesota Web Designer I’ve built quite a collection of tools that I use to test, optimize, and improve websites and I thought I’d share some of my favorites here.
Continue reading “Awesome Tools to Improve Your Website”
I’ve been cruising the web lately in search of new ways to build and promote some of the sites that I have been working on, and 1 of the things that I felt needed a better explanation was DoFollow and NoFollow.
Continue reading “To NoFollow or not NoFollow (or to DoFollow or not DoFollow)”