Post Category: Web Development
My life in 2014 was both enjoyable and productive. I progressed through a steady flow of web design projects, traveled to memorable destinations, and devoted energy to important personal pursuits.
All websites have a lifespan. After your site launches, it ideally promotes your brand, helps customers find you, and generates new business. In the ensuing years, your business may evolve. Web development techniques will advance. What was impressive and cutting-edge will grow outdated. Eventually, your website will no longer meet your needs.
If this applies to you or your company, what should you do next?
I love sifting through design inspiration sites, observing new trends, and noting great development techniques. This week I flagged five exemplary start-up websites. They all embrace the same format, yet have very different executions. In one vertically-long page, they convince you of the amazing benefits of their product.
Since starting a victory journal a year ago, it’s been easy to review my successes and remain motivated. In 2013, I partnered with a diverse set of clients, connected with other designers, developers, and entrepreneurs, and remained dedicated to personal and professional development.
You evaluated your old website, set goals for a new site, and developed a redesign strategy. Maybe you’ve started writing your website copy and gathering photos. Now’s the time to partner with a web designer. If you don’t already know and trust one, where should you begin?