I clearly remember the first time I really noticed customers don’t really read proofs of projects I have worked on. I worked at a printing company in Birmingham and had designed a business card, sent the proof and approval form, and received word to move forward with production from the client. When the customer picked up the printed cards, he complained that his name was spelled wrong and should have been Stephen not Steven and asked how I could mistype it. I thought, “Dude, it’s your name, not mine — you approved the proof.”
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Guest blogger Craig Robinson explains why a roofer should roof and social media marketing should be left to the social media experts.
I recently had a conversation with a local media professional about personal use of social media – Facebook and Twitter in particular – when one also handles social media accounts for one or multiple companies. I mentioned that I do not have a personal Twitter account. To say she was shocked might be an understatement.
As web standards have matured over the years, few new features have had quite the impact on web design as the ability to choose from and display a limitless number of fonts on your website.
How many times have you rushed to the internet to look up something and found yourself waiting for some photos or graphics to load on the page you're viewing. What's that all about? File size.