Category Archives: Web Design

Quality or Cost?

As a business, you want to put your best face forward, but you also work within a budget. You want to make sure that your clients see the best of what you have to offer, but where do you draw … Continue reading

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Becoming a Freelance Web Developer/Designer

It wasn’t all that long ago (although in “web years” it’s been ages) that I was trying to break into web development as a career. Now that I’m more established, people are asking me the same questions I asked others … Continue reading

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More on Magento

Eight months ago, I was talking about open source eCommerce, and I asked Can open source eCommerce contend? At the time I was worried by the lack of quality and even more so the poor user interfaces offered in the … Continue reading

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Acquia Puts Drupal in the News

As many know, Xavisys recently launched a web developer resource site called WebDevNews. Jeffery Scott really helped kicked things off right with a great article: Acquia Gets Ready for Release of Carbon – Commercially Supported Drupal He talks about Acquia, … Continue reading

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All Work and No Play

Many of you may have noticed that my responses to comments have slowed, and new plugin releases and updates have slowed as well. I’m sorry for the lag, but I do have some great new stuff in the works! The … Continue reading

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Free Template: Minimalist

Minimalist is an extremely light weight, configurable template, with no images at all! It’s completely fluid, so no matter what the user’s screen width, you don’t waste any space, browser font resizing is completely supported, and it is source-ordered. It … Continue reading

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Free Template: BlueBox

BlueBox is an extremely light weight template. It has no images at all! It’s completely fluid, so no matter what the user’s screen width, you don’t waste any space, and browser font resizing is completely supported. Changing the color of … Continue reading

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Can open source eCommerce contend?

It seems that sometimes work comes in waves. I haven’t dealt with setting up a shopping cart on a site in quite a while, and now I have three clients that I’m setting up shopping carts for. The clients want … Continue reading

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