Web Design

A better way to a new website

Small businesses tend to get squeezed when they need a new website. They have two choices: commit to the endeavor and expense of a full-custom website or get saddled with a DIY, pre-packaged one. Often, neither is the best choice. And, building the website is the easiest part. Once the site is launched many businesses are […]

Website Re-imaging Works

  Wonder why the Wendy’s or McDonald’s near you tore down their buildings and completely rebuilt new ones in the same exact location? Those had been there for years, right? Doesn’t it seem wasteful, when they’re going to basically offer the same thing as before? The answer is a simple reality — perception of value. […]

A new trend in old website design?

I stumbled upon* an article in the Washington Post about a new trend in web design called “web brutalism.” In a nutshell, the trend can be defined as intentionally making a website look, and work, lousy. Think of the web when it was in the 1990’s and young—garish with color, random with typefaces, and organized […]