An entire work day. That’s how long it took to create the 8-page project proposal you wrote, edited, and packaged to perfection for a potential client. It’s the third one you’re sending out this month.
It looks ready. It feels ready. You’re confident it’s going to blow the client’s socks off.
You wait a couple of days. The client hasn’t responded yet. Did he get the proposal? Should you send a follow-up email? Maybe send another copy of the proposal just to be sure (might have been trapped in their spam folder by accident).
Web tableaus — photographed scenes of work environments — are a popular web design trend right now.
I came across the term from Frank Chimero’s blog post about the subject, and it was the first time I’ve seen the web tableau trend analyzed.
I thought I’d put together a showcase of websites that use web tableaus for you.
Whenever I’m working with a new client, the first question I ask them is what they want their website to do for them.
Often, they don’t know. They just think a website is something they should probably have. Because other businesses have them.
Agile UX design frames user experience design within the Agile development framework.
Incorporating web forms into your website isn’t always the easiest thing to do; they often look very sales-driven, and don’t always flow well with your designs.
But we need forms because they are the ultimate way to capture important user-contributed data.
WordPress is the most dominant CMS on the market.
18.9% of websites run on WordPress and, just last year alone, it’s been downloaded 46 million times according Matt Mullenweg, the publishing platform’s creator.