Podcasts have become an important source of news and entertainment for a huge number of internet users. The topics range from home brewing to theology and everything in between. Many businesses have begun producing audio podcasts as a way to reach out to their potential customers and clients – some with great success.Read More >>
In the first and second posts in this series, I talked about how both theme parks and websites need to appeal to multiple types of visitors and guide them to the desired content (or destination). The final step in the process takes place when they reach the main attraction—it's time for the “conversion”!Read More >>
It may seem like an odd comparison, but when you think about it, planning a theme park and planning the design of a website have a lot in common.
I came to this realization the last time my family and I visited Walt Disney World®. Like many business owners, I’m a big fan of processes, planning, and organization (although you might think differently if you could see my desk).Read More >>
One of the most common web design features our clients ask for is an easy way to include event calendars on their websites. There are a several great plugins available to WordPress users that make it a breeze to add and manage an events calendar.
There are some features that are available in almost every event calendar plugin out there, but if you have specific needs, it's best to do some research in advance about which features are available with which plugin. Often, you may not realize a key component is missing until it’s too late and you’re knee-deep in customization.Read More >>