WordPress Plugins Are Like Those Glade Plugins, Right?

It’s no secret that we love (or, when we’re feeling less positive, tolerate) WordPress. It’s our go-to Content Management System (CMS) for the websites that we design and develop. Its usage is so widespread finding answers to questions is easy. If you’re running into an issue, it’s fairly likely that someone else has hit that …

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Posted in: Web Design

Don’t F#ck with the Sitemap

“By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.” -Benjamin Franklin Most people don’t build websites every day. To accommodate this, we have a workflow that eases you into the process. After we’ve gone through our initial “get-to-know-one-another” meetings, one of the very first tasks is to create a sitemap. It’s our blueprint used in …

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Posted in: Thoughts, Web Design

Learning Web Development

The thing that will help out a fledgeling web developer most is a voracious hunger to learn. You will never, ever reach a point where you have mastered everything because, more than any field that I’ve experienced until now, change is constant and very aggressive. … Continued

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Can You Fold the Internet?

Let’s talk a little bit about terminology and the web. Before the internet, in the world of newsprint, content was either above or below the fold. This referred to the middle fold in a paper. And when content is above that fold, it is the primary visible content. This was usually reserved for the most … Continued

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History Speaks for Itself

This year, EM Ford is celebrating their 90-year anniversary. To say they are in it for the long haul is putting it mildly. This company is built on a solid foundation of relationships – that’s their real currency. Their new look and feel extends those relationships and strengthens them. EM Ford offers insurance and financial …

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Illuminating a Vital Issue

When she was five years old, Bonnie St. John had her leg amputated. But she overcame her challenges. She became the first African-American to win an Olympic or Paralympic medal in ski racing, taking home a silver and two bronze medals in downhill events at the 1984 Paralympics in Innsbruck, Austria. This kind of determination …

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A Gathering Place

Every Lexingtonian has a relationship with the Good Foods Co-op. It’s a fixture here because its work permeates the fabric of Kentucky. Uniting local makers, farmers, and customers in a cooperative, this market is its own culture. Over a year ago, we worked with Good Foods to rebrand. The new look is engaging and fun …

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