We all have different roles in building the web. Marketing pros aim to get a succinct message to their target audience. Web designers create designs that are beautiful, distinctive, and functional. Web developers build code that is functional and robust. …Read More
The systems that nonprofit and micro-businesses use to define, document and measure processes are similar because their access to resources is similar. I like to call these systems "Low Resource Systems" (LRS).
We all have stories to tell. Whether it’s why your mission matters, why your business is better than your competition, how you got to where you are today, or about the latest political kerfuffle, data makes any story more engaging. And engagement is the name of the game.
Understanding your readers is the first step in writing a successful story. Without readers, you're just screaming into an echo chamber. Your message is going nowhere.
"Graphic design is not a commodity. It is the highly individualized result of people coming together to do something they couldn’t do alone." — AIGA
Design is a collaborative process, one that involves many hours working as a team with a variety of different people. The beauty of it lies in each team member's strengths building upon each other and creating a final product bigger than any one person.
You want to love your website's design, right? That's not going to happen if you hate the process.
Most people aren't aware of this, but August 23 is a day that changed the course of all of our lives forever.
After many long days and sleepless nights, I’m finally ready to tell the world about something big.