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Leading the Digital Charge

Published March 16, 2011 by ashleegerow Comments: 1
Leading the Digital Charge

Over the past few weeks, the team here at Strategic Insights has been diligently putting our heads together and feverishly working on a new design for our agency’s website. After countless brainstorming sessions, sketches and wireframes, we have hit the ground running to develop a new site that’s not only visually appealing, but user-friendlier as…Keep Reading »

Is Your Web Designer a Jack-of-all-Trades?

Published December 4, 2009 by Jenn Soloway Comments: 0
Is Your Web Designer a Jack-of-all-Trades?

There is one trait that all good web designers possess, and all would-be good web designers lack. This trait is “Jack-of-all-tradesness.” To put it in better terms, it is knowing and understanding the development process that comes after the design stage of a project. Good designers know in advance what it will take to make…Keep Reading »

Goodbye Flash, hello jQuery

Published August 3, 2009 by Chris Griffin Comments: 5
Goodbye Flash, hello jQuery

As someone who works on the web on a daily basis, I know I’m supposed to affect an aloof, jaded attitude towards the eye-candy aspect of the web.  A sort of “been there, done that” vibe.  I should probably be saying “Sure, that’s a nice example of a fully interactive user-defined multimedia interface – if…Keep Reading »

Combating SPAM Without the CAPTCHA

Published July 27, 2009 by Jenn Soloway Comments: 2
Combating SPAM Without the CAPTCHA

Website contact forms are a convenient, quick means of potential clients and existing customers to get in touch with your company. The only downside is they are also a convenient, quick means of SPAM robots to peddle their (usually) virus-infected “products” to you as well. The latter is a headache my dear dad called me…Keep Reading »

Does Your Company Still Need to Support IE6?

Published July 16, 2009 by Jenn Soloway Comments: 2
Does Your Company Still Need to Support IE6?

Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 6. To web developers, it is an outdated browser whose support requires extra time and effort when developing a new website or service. To the IT department of large companies, it is the only browser in which the Intranet they’ve developed will render and behave properly. To the end user, it may…Keep Reading »