My Pet Peeves with Bad Web-Designers

When coming up with new blog topics there are a few ways I think of ideas. Sometimes educating, thinking of things that my clients or other web designers may want to know, or educating people on something I wish they knew that would make my life easier, or also sharing some things that drive me CRAZY that I wish people would not do – this is one of those types of posts. I wanted to share with you my top 5 things that drive me crazy that other, likely BAD, web designers do.

Content Management Systems – How and When to Get Out of a Bad CMS

There are many more benefits to a good CMS, the ones mentioned in my previous post about Why Use a CMS are just a few of the ones that I generally highlight to my clients or contacts. A very important thing to keep in mind though is that not all CMS’ were created equal! Some are very easy to use, some are near impossible to use and negate many of the points mentioned above.

Content Management Systems – Why Use One?

There are a few reasons why using a Content Management System (CMS) can be a good fit for your company. Many of the most popular CMS’ were designed for blogging, such as WordPress for example, but have since become much more versatile and able to do far more than just blogging.

Content Management Systems – What’s the difference from straight HTML & CSS?

When I started out on my own in ARK Squared just over a year ago and doing my networking one of the things I would constantly be hearing from other designers was how they use WordPress or other Content Management Systems (CMS) for making client’s websites – and I didn’t understand why you want to use one. Now, after having implemented WordPress for many of my own client’s projects I understand! It did take me a while to really understand the difference and why one can be better than the other.