BuildingBetterWebsites

Why Web Standards Matter

We talk a lot about the importance of building standards compliant (specifically validating our sites xhtml 1.0 “strict”) semantic websites. Sounds like a lot of gobley gook . . . RIGHT? Well, until you consider that “xhtml strict”and semantic sites provide greater accessibility to a whole range of users employing any number of devices to […]

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Designing Better Websites

Since many business owners come to the web with a defined sense of who they are and what their product is, creating content can be easy. But creating a web site that visually compliments that content can be a bit vexing. This isn’t to say that you can’t have a great looking web site . […]

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Interview Holly Grundon- Creative Director

Holly is the creative director here at Gorilla Web Studio. Holly started bhg in 1995 when she was between gigs after she moved to Brooklyn, NY. Initially, bhg was a place to park the occasional freelance design job between 1995-2000 when she worked at Scholastic Inc., both as Art Director and as Interim Creative Director […]

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Planning Your Web Presence

Like anything you do with your business you need to (or should) make a plan. Unless you are in the habit of wasting time and money, having an effective strategy for your on-line presence is important. Take the time to plan how your web presence will enhance and support your business objectives and keep it […]

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Don’t Re-Invent the Wheel

It’s inevitable that I run into a website that has decided that navigational terms like HOME, ABOUT, TESTIMONIAL, CONTACT, and so on, are just way to pedestrian. Someone, whether it’s the site owner, developer, designer, and/or marketing, has decided that they are way to cool for such conventional terms. This is a big mistake and […]

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