As a web developer, I frequently have reason to curse web graphic designers. That’s not because I don’t appreciate their talents. I love working on great looking designs and I have a lot of respect for those who can create them. But designers don’t always understand the limitations of technology, and how their decisions can… Read more »
Posts Tagged: web design
An online friend, Nikki Pilkington, was complaining on her Twitter feed yesterday about web designers who act obstructively: fed up with web designers sabotaging my SEO by refusing FTP access and to upload vital files and changes I’ve come across this too, when I’ve attempted in my own modest way to help with onsite SEO… Read more »
When you have nothing to say, make a list, as Wittgenstein might have said – had he been a blogger. This particular list is of some of my favourite tools for website development under Windows (XP Pro): some well known, others less so.
How many steps? 299! 299 Steps to Website Heaven is the title of Nikki Pilkington’s excellent blog (and coming book), full of useful tips about search engine marketing and website optimisation. Add it to your list of favourites.
It’s sadly common to hear website owners complain that their web designers take too long to make changes, charge too much money for small updates, and generally don’t give good value. Too many designers attempt to hold their clients hostage by one means or another, such as making it technically difficult for owners to manage… Read more »