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Top 10 Web Design Mistakes

As a webmaster, you want to keep your visitors content so they'll come back again. Below you will find ten common mistakes made by webmasters that may deter people from returning...

Metrics Matter!

Recently, I talked with a speaker about her "extremely successful" Website. She based this opinion on the fact that she was selling several e-books every day and generating "some calls"...

Five Common Web Site Design Mistakes That You Must Avoid

You know how important it is to drive high traffic to your web site. What's even more important though, is designing a web site that makes them stay... a web site that sells!

Add Your Voice To Your WebSite

With millions of web sites out there, how can you make yours stand out? Many experts suggest putting a picture of yourself on your home page to add warmth and create a feeling of trust. They suggest visitors feel more comfortable knowing there's a real person behind the otherwise anonymous web site...

Exclusive Website Review: "Site of the Month"

The website has been appointed as "Site of the Month" (November 2004 ) at Web Design Library. Home Page Upon first entry into this Flash site, the user is transported to a fantasy world comprised of a destructive combination of Asian anime style and Futurist...

Text Vs Pictures: Shedding Light On The Debate

What's more important to your web site: pictures or text? If you have an ecommerce web site, you need the answer to that question. Your profits depend on it.

Websites Require Flexible Not Fixed Design

A website needs to be flexible. It needs to be able to change as the organization changes. The more change within the organization the more flexible the website needs to be. Too many websites are still being designed from a print perspective; as if they were some once-off brochure.

50 Surefire Web Design Tips

Tips to brand your website:
· Include your logo in all pages. Position it at the top left or each page.
· Complement your logo with a tagline or catchy sentence that summarizes your business purpose. For example "Always low prices" is the tagline for Wal-Mart.
· Create a favicon...

Design Patterns - An Evolutionary Step To Managing Complex Sites

When your organization's web site or intranet has hundreds of contributors, how do you ensure that every page is high quality and extremely usable? Especially, if these contributors have never designed a web page before? This is a problem that many of our clients are facing...

Images For The Web

I've talked a lot about the need for speed. Specifically, the importance of your web pages loading quickly. Images are the number one culprit. Like a vampire, they are seductive and at the same time suck the life out of your site...