If you’re in the San Francisco area at the end of June you may want to check this out. New Riders’ Voices That Matter web design conference takes place June 28-29.
TechCrunch is reporting that Facebook users will soon be able to pick their own vanity URLs, which is pretty big news if you’re a business using the site for marketing or community-related purposes.
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Web site [Re]Encoded is running a competition for the best web design or web development article, with a grand prize of $1000.
Three good questions to ask clients when embarking on a web site redesign:
# If your site was a person, what would he or she be like?
# How would you expect visitors to react when they first view your site?
# What celebrity (or car, movie, etc.) is your site most like? Least like? Why?
Nice ice breaker and a way to get them thinking creatively.
Ever wondered what you’d find if you visited webdesign.com or usability.com? Neither had I. However, I was recently researching a similar domain name and the question popped into my head.
And so I started looking around. Here’s what I found…