5 Things to Know About Membership Management

Posted by David McGraw in Development

Being a member of an organization is exciting — it makes people feel like they’re part of something exclusive. For some business owners, however, establishing and managing a database of members via website or desktop application development can feel like they’re peering over a tall fence at the treehouse club they weren’t invited to join. Read the full article…

A Beginner’s Guide to the WYSIWYG Editor

Posted by David McGraw in Development

Ah, the WYSIWYG (what-you-see-is-what-you-get) editor. Most website owners either love it or hate it. That is to say, those without a clue when it comes to coding love it; experienced programmers on the other hand — who know this DIY option is often notorious for creating sloppy code — usually hate it. But if you’re Read the full article…

4 Common Web Design “Fails” and How to Fix Them

Posted by David McGraw in Development

According to the Urban Dictionary, “fail” is the term for anything that’s — to put it lightly — very bad. Since the current form was born on the Internet, it makes it especially relevant (and embarrassing) for all those ill-trained web designers and their website “fails.” While the web design fail is common, it’s not Read the full article…

How to Setup a Website: 7 Steps to Consider

Posted by David McGraw in Development

These days almost every niche is accessible to the masses. The DIY movement has made everyone an “expert” – especially when it comes to technology. The advent of the content management system (CMS), for one, has allowed even the most Internet-challenged to start blogging, selling, etc. Want to jump on the website-building bandwagon? Check out Read the full article…

How to Sell Website Programming Services

Posted by David McGraw in Development

As IT professionals we know a thing or two about providing tech services. Want to know what makes us successful? It’s all about how we work. The services we offer are secondary to our core values: passion, communication, and transparency. But, we get it: You can’t run a business on ideals alone. Want to learn Read the full article…

Why an SSL is a Website’s Best Friend

Posted by David McGraw in Development

Many things pair well in the modern world. Think: Bluetooth and your smartphone (pun intended); Wi-Fi and routers; tablets and mobile computing; data and The Cloud. These contemporary combos are quite the networkers. Some would even say they’re as tight as best friends. Yet no two technologies are quite as complementary – or as covertly Read the full article…

The Worst Project Management Platforms for Agencies

Posted by David McGraw in Development

Search for project management platforms and you’ll likely find an overwhelming number of options – each offering similar services. In this virtual sea of software, however, it’s difficult to find the right fit for a creative agency. You’ll wade through scores of “all-in-one” options and simple, “easy-to-use” features before you learn that hyphenated descriptors don’t Read the full article…