Monthly Archives: January 2010

Apple iPad: Am I Required To Be Impressed?

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Because I am not. I can’t help but see all of these rave reviews on the Apple iPad and how it’s a digital revolution and a part of me just feels like this has to be a joke that I have been left out on. I caught some of Steve Jobs’ presentation on various YouTube videos that will probably be removed sooner or later and I simply didn’t see any features to be impressed with.

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The Future of Flash in Web Design

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I have always questioned the practicality of Flash within web design. Initially Flash was avoided because load times were too much to bear for dial-up users. But as high speed internet became the norm Flash websites still had trouble finding a permanent home in web design, and the truth of the matter is that Flash doesn’t belong in web design.

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Understanding Keywords and Using Them Right

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Keywords… They make the world go round. The internet world at least. Keywords are one of the most vital elements on the web these days when it comes to marketing your company and your web site. These terms and phrases separated by spaces or commas link your site with the public; they breathe fresh air[.....]

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5 Subtle Ways to Improve Your Web Designs

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In the web design business imitation is unavoidable. Almost any client who wants a new web site will start the process by sending you some links to sites they like generally followed with “I want my site to look like that”. But sometimes efforts to imitate fall flat for some reason but maybe you can’t put your finger on what is so different about your design, something about it just doesn’t look the same.

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Web Design in 2010

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As a new year dawns on us we must partake in the tradition of looking to past as we build the future. The last few years have seen a lot of changes in web design and have set the stage for exciting new changes in 2010 and beyond. In this post I will outline some[.....]

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