Good design needs good content. A content-first approach focuses on your storytelling. The design becomes a tool to tell that story, not the main focus.
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Here are my favorite web development services, resources and tools (free and fee-based) that I use for my site and on websites that I develop for my clients.
Every web project starts with evaluating your audience, goals and content needs before the design phase can begin. Here’s your internal audit Q&A.
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A checklist with design tips and online form best practices that will help you create functional, user-friendly forms that provide a good user experience.
Donation requests by email are the most effective way to engage your donors—when done right. Here are content + design tips how to create successful emails.
You have expertise in a topic or an industry? Writing strong opinion pieces can promote your services or your brand and offer real value to your clients.
Welcome to the world of writing. You’ve either got the tools to be a writer and have found your voice, or you’re still searching. Here are tips to help you search.
WordPress is a fully-fledged content management system under your control. Other site builders offer much less flexibility and customization options.
As political, commercial and personal tool, social media are invaluable, for better or worse. A look back how we got there and a look ahead what’s next.
Your content, including on social media, needs to take into consideration a multicultural audience to prevent misunderstandings and misguided assumptions.
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