5 Easy Tips to a Reader-Friendly Website

5 Easy Tips to a Reader-Friendly Website

Website design is a catch-all term that can mean many things. Design today is more about function that simply “looking cool”. And capturing leads from people surfing the web is what inbound marketing is all about. So, it’s important that your website is organized in such a way that allows people to quickly qualify what […]

Sitemap or Site Map?

Posted by on Jun 28, 2013 in Web Design and Marketing | No Comments
Sitemap or Site Map?

There’s quite a bit of confusion around the web as to what a site maps are and how important they are to your website’s SEO and/or functionality. Here it is, short and sweet: HTML Site Map (site map is two words): Is a page within your site that reader’s can go to to quickly find […]

SPECIAL FEATURE: Edcom launches 3 new sites

Posted by on Jul 12, 2011 in Design | No Comments

All with easy to use CMS (Customer Management Systems), endless upgradeability, internal and external (client) interaction, password protection as needed and more. Leadership-Initiatives.com Leader Initiatives is a start-up that offers training in supervisory skills. The web site needs to be updated constantly with new course materials, course locations and times, e-commerce payment and so forth. […]

Web site design: Always evolving. Always more to learn

Posted by on Nov 6, 2010 in Design | No Comments

I created my first web site in… I don’t know… 1997 or so. I found it hard to believe that someone like me, who started college majoring in fine art, later changing to graphic design, could actually create one. These days I design/produce more websites than print work – which is a shame as I […]