The Fallacy of “Give the Client What They Want”

“Joey, you shouldn’t post this!” That’s probably what I’ll hear from some! But I’m going to argue here that you don’t necessarily give the client what they want. Instead, you give the client’s customers what they want to see when visiting the website!   Bad design decisions come from those who know nothing about design! […]

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Do you need a website?

A website gets built. It looks great and the client is happy with it. It’s launched, and there’s a celebration with the company! But about half a year later, the company gives the website designer a call. “The website looks great, but it’s done nothing to help our bottom line!” Well, the problem is the […]

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New Year’s Resolution: To Get Clients Who Want To Succeed

I don’t normally do New Years Resolutions, because often times they’re broken. This year, it’s different. In the past, I’ve had many clients that wanted a website. However, the lack of updates to the site, be it content or back-end updates, showed that their dedication to success was not actually there.

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Free website for two non-profits/charities

I’m going to do a website for two different non-profits/charities for free. I’m doing this in an effort to rebuild my portfolio as well as to help out in the community. Here are the requirements: Your organization must be a 501(c)3. I will be responsible for the design and development. I will put initial content in, […]

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