Blog: Web Design

Why You Should Be Gathering Web Content Early

There’s something amiss about the way most of us are designing and producing websites today. I’ve been noticing it for a long time, and it’s something that almost every designer I know is guilty of. I can’t even say I’m calling anyone out on this, because it feels like 95% of freelancers, agencies, and consultancies […]

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Why Bundling WordPress Plugins In Themes is Risky

There’s a huge problem with the way many WordPress themes are currently built, marketed, and sold. The ecosystem is beginning to change, ever so slowly, but major changes need to be made for the good of the WordPress platform, theme marketplaces, and the agencies and clients that rely on themes. The situation currently illustrating this […]

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Content First Web Design

Perhaps the most underestimated component of a website is its content. Like print, radio, and television before it, the internet is a unique information-sharing technology with its own advantages and challenges. Yet many web studios inadvertently teach their clients that the presentation matters a lot, and what is being presented matters far less. I believe […]

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Content Marketing is the New Advertising

Until the late 1990s, people had only a few choices for getting information and entertainment: TV, radio, print, movies. In order to get the content they desired, people had to suffer through ads at the beginning, end or throughout their entertainment. The internet was built on the same model — using interruption marketing and advertisements […]

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