Four Common Web Site Mistakes – Intro

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In the past, we’ve made mistakes, and learned from them. Mistakes aren’t bad – just try to learn quickly.

“It’s important that nobody gets mad at you for screwing up,” says Lee Unkrich, director of Toy Story 3 in an article on Pixar in Wired. “We know screwups are an essential part of making something good. That’s why our goal is to screw up as fast as possible.”

So here are four common website mistakes that we’ll explore in subsequent posts:

1. Designing the site for the owner rather than the audience.

2. Too much on the home page.

3. Splash page and focusing on animations rather than good content.

4. The “ghost town” web site last updated 2006.

Written by Craig de Fasselle

July 7th, 2010 at 7:25 am

Posted in Web Tips

Design Tips Blog for Clients

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Intended for clients, this blog will make suggestions on social media, web development, content management systems, graphic design, logos and corporate ID, and marketing. We will refrain from any techno-speak–this blog will be about current and potential clients.

We hope you will find our posts helpful and thought-provoking.

Written by Craig de Fasselle

June 18th, 2010 at 4:31 pm

Posted in Design,Marketing