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Posts tagged ‘web design’

WordPress iPhone Plugin

November 9th, 2009

If you have a WordPress installation that you control, I highly recommend installing the WPtouch iPhone Theme. It’s painless to install, easily configurable, and creates a fast-loading and intuitive mobile interface for your blog. See a screenshot on twitpic.

TheSixtyOne Review

May 21st, 2009

About a month ago, I learned about TheSixtyOne and signed up for an account. However, it took me a while (and a particular Zelda-themed song) to really delve into the site and discover what it had to offer. I’ll attempt to explain its structure and appeal. First and foremost, this is a music website, not […]

Deceptive Design

January 23rd, 2009

While not as bad as being phished, certain programs and websites are deliberately misleading. I would like to show you two examples that have caught me: Norton and myYearbook.

Noob’s Guide to WordPress

July 23rd, 2008

When I started my very own personal blog, I decided to hand-code it and I’d eventually figure out the logistics of a database… later. I was happy that it existed at all, especially with such an appealing visual design. However, I eventually succumbed and tried out a pre-existing framework, realizing that I didn’t want to […]

Redesign

September 9th, 2006

I’ve known that my website design has been lacking for a while, but never cared. Behold, the new and improved, css-based website.

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