Posts Tagged "Responsive Design"

But how do I pay for it?

Posted by on Jun 26, 2014 in Ads, Blog, Branding, Brochures, Business analysis (including marketing strategy), Business Cards, Catalogs, Conference Marketing Materials, Corporate Identity, Corporate Stationary, Custom Illustration, Fliers, For Slider, General Business, Information Architecture, LAMP Server Maintenance, Logos, Marketing, Presentation Folders, Product Literature, SEO, Social Media, Usability, Web Design | Comments Off on But how do I pay for it?

But how do I pay for it?

Given what you may have already read elsewhere on the web about web design and development, one thing you might be asking yourself is “how do I pay for it?” Though my rates are pretty reasonable given the industry average of $50/hr (you can read more about what web designers charge here), I do realize that many people wanting a web site don’t necessarily have a large budget to do everything they’d like. I’ve worked with a number of clients whose budgets have ranged from a few hundred dollars for a basic online presence, to those with upwards of $1,000. One thing...

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Urban Garden Connections

Posted by on Jun 20, 2014 in Brochures, Custom Illustration, Logo Gallery, Logos, Portfolio, Web Site Gallery | Comments Off on Urban Garden Connections

Urban Garden Connections

Type of work: design and development of two full web sites, including the use of Google map mashups, for the umbrella organization for the Bronx and Manhattan Land Trusts (community gardens). Work also included the design of a multi-use logo for these sites, as well as a three panel brochure which was used in securing a six-figure grant for one of the community gardens in Manhattan. Website urls: www.manhattanlandtrust.org; www.bronxlandtrust.org Platform:...

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The Ultimate in Pool Care

Posted by on May 6, 2012 in Ads, Branding, Business Cards, Corporate Identity, Corporate Stationary, Custom Illustration, Information Architecture, Logos, Marketing, Portfolio, Presentation Folders, Product Literature, SEO, Social Media, Usability, Web Design, Web Site Gallery | Comments Off on The Ultimate in Pool Care

The Ultimate in Pool Care

Type of work: design and development of full web site, as well as the delivery of a Facebook Timeline page with integrated Facebook applications. Website url: www.ultimatepoolcare.com Platform: WordPress Please note that extensive re-work was recently accomplished on this site allowing for the responsive display of the site and its use in various screen sizes (e.g., smartphones, tablets, etc.). This work entailed using the newly introduced, responsive version of the original WordPress theme and the addition of almost 2,000 lines of css (Cascading Style Sheet) code. Examples of the Facebook...

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Marketing & the Internet: do consumers do online research?

Posted by on Jun 6, 2011 in Blog, Business analysis (including marketing strategy), For Slider, General Business | Comments Off on Marketing & the Internet: do consumers do online research?

Marketing & the Internet: do consumers do online research?

During an adjudicatory hearing on the viability of the Adirondack Club and Resort (ACR) project in Tupper Lake, adjoining property owner Phyllis Thompson brought up the fact that the ACR’s website isn’t currently in operation, wondering if that might have an impact on the marketability of the project (Resort’s marketability questioned, Adirondack Daily Enterprise – June 6, 2011). Per the Daily Enterprise article, one Terry Elsemore, an expert witness hired by the Adirondack Club and Resort (ACR) developers in Tupper Lake to bolster their cause, and owner of Fractional Strategies,...

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How about a web site?

Posted by on May 29, 2011 in Blog, Custom Illustration, For Slider | Comments Off on How about a web site?

How about a web site?

You know you want one, perhaps even need one. One that’s well-designed, truly functional, and tailored to your specific needs, even if they’re fairly simple. Not entirely convinced? Read on. Let’s say you live in an area like I do, in the middle of the mountains along the tourists’ beaten paths*. Better yet, let’s say you’re actually one of those tourists, staying in a lodge, at a campground, or whatever. You brought what you thought was everything you needed for your stay. Food, bug repellent, toilet paper & reading material (not necessarily one in...

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