Kyle

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What Clients Should Know

I came across this article that is much in line with the spirit of berating my clients (yes, you know who you are) What Your Web Designer Wants You To Know by Tia Scott A particularly good point she made One way to puzzle a web designer is to say “I want a website”. What […]

Strict XHTML Coding

I’ve decided it is time I make an honest effort towards using strict valid XHTML code. Lately, my code has often been a neapolitan mixture of HTML 4.0, a little CSS, and sometimes XHTML, often on the same page. Much of the reason I haven’t been consistent with my coding style has been due to […]

Congratulations, Lady of Shame

Just read the< a href=http://www.shamelady.com>Shamelady</a> news. That’s awesome. I made a longer post about it on http://www.pdxbars.com You should go there and write reviews of <a href=http://www.pdxbars.com>Portland Bars</a> that you like. There are some regular posters there, I’m thinking of adding a thing where registered users can post links, and tally their post count. I […]

PDXbars II – Things for me to watch.

I’ve been closely monitoring the traffic to my Portland Bar site, and it seems that Nocturnal is definitely a sought after destination. I’m curious how I’ll be doing for other bars, such as Berbatis Pan, Dante’s, and other well known PDX bars. I’m also pleased that every unique visitor spends some quality time, averaging at […]

Portland Bars

I have finally, after much hardwork, posted a working version of my Portland Bar Directory. I’m using a great deal of mod_rewrite and anchor text key terms that should hopefully generate some nice traffic search engine traffic. We are still lacking in content, Jason and I will be having all of our friends writing reviews, […]

On the Farm

I have just finished up my most recent traffic generation campaign for Flying Rhinoceros. Play on the Farm is a series of educational books and DVDs with a faith-based message. This website includes some great flash animation from some of the finest illustrators and animators, as well as voices by Vince Gill and Amy Grant. […]

Design for the Obvious

When you take on a client, especially when you are newer to the web design industry, you may feel compelled to “impress” both yourself and your client with the coolest, fanciest design. Maybe you want to add all kinds of features that you feel are fun tasks that enhance the website. You are designing as […]

MSN Search Beta

For those living in the dark, MSN’s indexing robot has been heavily crawling websites for the past few monthes. Some folks with larger sites have gone so far as to ban MSN bot due to aggressive crawling. Most of my sites have no more than a couple of hundred pages, so it hasn’t affected me […]