What You Need to Know to Make Your Website Not Suck.
The way web design is currently done is fundamentally flawed. Fortunately, there's a better way to design websites with less risk and more impact.
Better CSS Through Outlining
A quick little post about how outlining your markup prior to beginning a project can improve how you approach front end development.
Web Design is NOT Dead, You’re Just Talking About it Wrong.
With recent innovations in efficiency, speed, accessibility, theory, strategy, and code, web design is still a vibrant part of experience design.
A Sprinkling of PHP: Server-Side Techniques to Help with Front End Tasks
PHP sometimes gets a bad rap, yet it still persists and flourishes not only within some of the most popular CMSs but also with emerging strategies such as Responsive Design with Server Side Components (RESS).
The Reasons Web Design Should Be Like Modern Architecture
At face value, there are great similarities between a well built website and a physical building with modern design style. Both utilize clean lines and geometry to move the eye in dynamic ways, creating visual appeal through minimalism.
Squarespace vs WordPress? That Might Be the Wrong Question.
Regardless of which CMS you use, it is extremely important to remember that, at the end of the day, what matters most is the content.
The Amorphous Agency Business Model - Part 2: Amorphous Boogaloo?
This time we’ll be quickly doing an overview of some other companies - mostly huge corporations - that are using flat models. I’m also going to get into how an agency using an amorphous model can still grow without having to establish a middle layer of management.
Getting Through The Beginning: Our First Year Starting a Business
Looking back at the beginning, when we were starting a business, the excitement overshadowed all of our doubts. We felt unstoppable, simple as that.
The Amorphous Agency Business Model - Part 1
An Attempt at Solving the Issue of Trying to Fit a Digital Peg Into a Traditional Hole.
Why Web Performance Should Matter To Businesses
Page load speed and bandwidth aren’t just concerns for super nerd developers: they can turn into real economic gains or losses for your organization.
Setting a Web Performance Budget: Where to Start
The reality of the web today is that the average weight of websites is on the rise, while what we desperately need are leaner sites that satisfy the needs of the ever growing mobile market. Setting a performance budget is one smart trick for getting reasonable with page weight.