Category Archives: Website Planning


Well, the fine folks that develop WordPress have finally offered, what might be considered, one of the most controversial features they have ever introduced. While some might think this is a blessing others will think it to be the end of their site running smoothly. The updates will be enabled by default for Minor Releases read more…


Internet browsers, like the rest of the technology world, are on a relentless march forward. An industry that was once dominated by Microsoft’s Internet Explorer, is now one of the most competitive and fastest growing markets. Major competitors have emerged and offer consumers more choices than ever. Mozilla’s FireFox, Google Chrome, and Apple Safari are read more…


Website management can be an incredibly tricky business for any webmaster or site owner. Although creating a site from scratch can be difficult enough, it’s getting web traffic and conversion rates that ultimately becomes the greatest challenge for so many of us in the industry. Startup company and small business owners in particular tend to read more…


I read a good tweet today by a respected industry source regarding the changing landscape of optimization, relaying the sentiment that optimization involves search, share, and user experience.  I agree; “optimization” is a dynamic process these days, causing a brand to attend to many online aspects.  Brands, hoping to make the most of Web opportunities, read more…


In Web design, we often use metaphors from the construction industry to describe the process of developing a website. This is no surprise as the keys to success are very similar whether building a physical storefront (brick & mortar), or an online storefront (click & mortar). We’ve even adopted some of the same titles and read more…