Website Design

How To Call To Action

Friday, February 1st, 2008

More often than not, it is not enough for you that your visitors just come and go. You want them to do something at your site. Unfortunately usually webmasters pay too little attention to their calls-to-action focusing on design, content and SEO. It is sad to see truly good ...

Colorize Your Brand – How Color Builds Your Brand

Wednesday, January 2nd, 2008

Most bloggers [me being one of them] don't have a clue what their website color scheme might be associated with. For me it has been enough that I "like" the overall site look. But as an online entrepreneur and consultant I felt that I needed to know at least the ...

How To Effectively Test Website Design and Functionality

Tuesday, December 11th, 2007

A few days ago I put a Christmas-like feed button on my site and today I discovered that it can't be seen in many browsers other than FF. This fact came as a complete revelation to me. </shame> Honestly, I am having tough time starting my blog and going "social" ...

5 Steps To a Smart Internal Site Structure

Sunday, December 9th, 2007

Website architecture or website inner structure or whatever you prefer to call it is very important both in terms of usability and SEO. There are plenty of theories on it and they can take the whole separate blog to cover. I compiled 5 quick steps which will take you ...

3 Bad Examples of Landing Pages – Will You Buy it?

Friday, December 7th, 2007

Recently I have been browsing around looking for some information on copyright infringement and what astonished me was that all I could find was content based .gov, .edu and wiki pages. Copyright and trademark are hot topics now and I am sure many people searching for them are interested in ...