Website Design

Great Print Design is Likely to be Lousy Web Design
7/23/2010 By David
Print designers are generally not very good at web design. But that really shouldn't offend anyone. After all, its like saying fashion designers are generally not very good at web design. Print and web design are just two different things.
Fear not the Fold - They will Scroll
7/12/2010 By David
On more than one occasion over the years I have had clients request a website where everything was visible on screen with no need to scroll down. This is the concept of the fold - that magical line at the very bottom of your monitor where there must be nothing beneath.
Flash Websites: Too Shiny to See (or use)
6/20/2010 By David
Flash is an amazing tool for creating stunning animated visuals. I first began developing in Flash back in 1997 when Flash first introduced the object library. If you want to really grab someone's attention, Flash can deliver. That's why it is so unfortunate that Flash is about the single worst choice for developing a website.
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