TMI And Online Forms

On April 27, 2008, Posted by , in Design Stuff, tags , , with No Comments

Whatever your website’s purpose, it will most likely contain a form. Whether it is for lead generation, comments or purchases, that form is in danger of becoming an obstacle. Generally speaking, most people don’t like to fill out forms—online or off. After reviewing my own sites, I realized that I am…

New Website For Cornerstone Church In Americus, Georgia

On September 1, 2007, Posted by , in Design Stuff, tags , with No Comments

Cornerstone Church has a new website. This new site features external links to an event calendar, Flickr and Pastor Derek Vreeland’s own blog, as well as a podcast of weekly sermons via WordPress and the PodPress plugin. The new site could be described as “organic” in appearance featuring concrete and…

Do You Freelance? Then, Take This…

On July 13, 2007, Posted by , in Design Stuff, tags , with No Comments

FreelanceSwitch is conducting its first Annual Global Freelancer Survey for 2007. If you are a freelancer, then head on over a take a minute or two and fill out the survey. After that, check out the rest of the site. There are a lot of good pointers and humor as…

A “Can’t Miss” Resource For Fonts

On May 25, 2007, Posted by , in Design Stuff, tags , , with 1 Comment

If you’re a designer, or at least find yourself doing enough design to lay claim to the title, sooner or later you will be looking for fonts beyond Arial, Times, and Helvetica. Dafont.com is certainly worth the click. There is a huge selection of fonts nicely organized into categories and…

Build It And They Will Come—Not!

On October 11, 2006, Posted by , in Design Stuff, tags , with No Comments

It sounds so perfect. In fact, someone should make a movie around such a wonderful concept—whoa—slippin’ back into the eighties again. While the concept sounds quite nice, it is rarely the case and it most likely will not be the case for your website. The fixation on search engine results…