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Does your website tell your story?

Storytelling, Visualized In a recent TED Talk, Andrew Stanton, the Pixar writer/director of Toy Story and Wall-E described his golden rules of storytelling.  The talk was then turned into a brilliant poster by the graphic artists at the Brazilian culture …

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How to customize your child…theme

Time for a quick post and tip about WordPress Theme development! You can ramp up the speed and effectiveness of your customizations for third-party themes by using the get_stylesheet_uri(); function in a child theme.

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Improve your site navigation

If users can’t find your website content easily, they’ll get frustrated or leave. So keep it simple, go with what people expect (rather than trying to be clever), and think from your user’s perspective.

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Make your website personal

Websites can be cold, technical, boring, and merely informational. Or they can be welcoming, friendly, informational, and reflect your personality.

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Be different

In a world of websites, it’s okay to be different. Sure, there are some usability standards and best practices you’ll want to follow: Keep navigation simple and recognizable–“mystery meat” menus will just confuse your visitors. Locate menus where people expect …