Somewhere along the line - and I have no idea where - I got it into my head that meatballs were challenging. That making good meatballs is tricky and difficult to get right. That they were difficult. So I never even attempted it, and I continued to use those dreary, frozen gray balls. Until yesterday.
This isn't a hack. It's not a trick. It's not even all that inventive, or crazy, or mind blowing. It might just be life changing. Or maybe that's hyperbole. It's just something simple that you know needs done, yet you continually put it off. As a result your brain is overworked. You're stressed out. Frustrated that you can't get ahead.
One of my favorite pastimes is watching other people’s marketing campaigns and dissecting them. That and football. Marketing is often a game of mimicry. Very few people blaze new ground and set
On occasion, I like to think about what I'm saying and how I am saying it. The other day, I found myself using a lot of self-congratulatory phrases.
I'm hardly a typography expert. I'm not even a designer. But it's clear to me there is an issue with the presentation on this card.
In Steve Krug's seminal book on Web Usability, _Don't Make Me Think_, he proposes the concept that website visitors have a reservoir of goodwill toward a site, and that the site can either refill...
One of the questions I always ask clients during the interview process is, "What is the purpose of your website? Who do you want to see it, and what do you want them to do on it?"
89% of consumers are looking for products online. 93% of purchases done offline.
Who is your target market? Who do you intend on serving with your website? Any good business has researched and understands their target market. However, online this might vary from the traditional offline persona. In fact, part of your website's goal may be catering to your employees.
(Everyone already knew that smaller isn't always better, right?) Technology for the past decade has revolved around making things smaller. It's important. We don't want clunky power-hogging...
There are several stages of thought about creating a successful website. The first man simply wants a website because everyone else has it. His website ends up being forgotten about after it's...