Every idea you have for your website has to meet these four criteria.
Too often, I find that a client and I can have a 30 minutes conversation before realizing we’re not talking about the same thing. Other times, something “obvious” to one person is incomprehensible to the other. Why does this happen?
“Phase Zero.” I pretty much guessed what this phrase meant before I even read the linked article. But that doesn’t make it less interesting and, most important to me, it gives me a phrase to communicate a concept that I deal with at the start of every new project.
I use WordPress a lot, and so I have strong opinions about it. I’ve watched people do amazing things with it and watched people struggle to add a single menu item to their site. So here’s me putting out an idea of how to improve a part of WordPress. What do you think?
This is a great four-part video series about remixing pop culture, good ideas, and technological innovations. It’s relevant to just about everything, but it gave me a new appreciation of the culture surrounding a lot of web design.
I’m wondering whether a nonprofit website navigation structure benchmark might be useful. I’m looking for reader comments and ideas to help me decide whether and how to approach it. If that sounds interesting or useful to you, please chime in!
I’ve watched this video more times than I can remember, and it’s one that informs how I view my daily work and collaborations with clients and colleagues.