My TruWheel.com website just went live — a mobile-first. one-page site for a small company that repairs and restores damaged alloy wheels/rims. TruWheel has been in business since 1993, and their old website looked like the last millennium. What they needed
I’ve already written about how annoying popup ads and subscription forms and obnoxious auto-playing ads drive visitors away from poorly-designed websites, but a picture is worth a thousand of my words. This video from GoDaddy.com, the internet hosting firm, brings
In the Spring of 1996, I was featured in the cover story of AMERICAN PHOTO MAGAZINE. I wasn’t a cover girl, or the inside pinup. My friend and client, author and photographer Joe Gioia, wrote the piece and was kind
What should you expect to pay for a modern, attractive, functional website? It depends on who is going to build your site and what you expect.
BANDWIDTH EXPANDS TO FIT THE WASTE AVAILABLE — VOIDMSTR’S LAW Like the proverbial shoemaker whose kids go barefoot, I’ve been building other people’s websites for years and neglecting to build my own. Until now. Having to step back and to