Web Design Foundations

When we talk about Design School, today there are many, many choices in education, learning and training. But the field of web design is relatively new. It took the education industry a good ten years to embrace web design as a formal subject. On the very leading edge of web design training was a friend and author who saw the writing on the wall. We're pleased to bring you this 1996 article by Joe Gillespie -- which proves the more things change, the more they stay the same! July 29, 2011

HTML5 Animation Builder

HTML5 has been widely lauded as the future of the web due to its performance, accessibility, and ability to run on smartphones, but no designer-friendly authoring tools have existed until Hype. July 28, 2011

Web Design Update 1106-14

This edition of Web Update follows the last edition digging deeper into new considerations for all web designers... [] How to Properly Optimize Your Content [] The roles of social, direct mail, print media [] The demographics of social media [] 17 Twitter tips from Mashable Connect attendees [] Website redesign: Relaunching without losing sleep [] How much traffic should your website generate? [] How to Make SEO Part of Your Company's DNA [] Get started with Google Analytics [] Top 4 Reasons to Hire an SEO Professional... and more June 14, 2011

Web Design Update 1106-01

This edition of Web Update digs into the impact of social networking -- then we turn our sites on SEO ... including : [] 11 ways to find new content for your social strategy [] How to Use Blog Commenting to Get Valuable Backlinks and Traffic [] HOW TO: Get Your Employees On Board With Your Social Media Policy [] Making That Leap From Search to Display [] Technical SEO: Tools and Approach [] Tips for mobile SEO [] Web design evolution: 2 decades of innovation [] Why Websites Are Slow & Why Speed Really Matters June 1, 2011

Time to Consider Rebranding?

Is it time for an update? Does your brand need a facelift? Take care and plan ahead -- take the advice of web design specialist Wes Towers writing about one of your most powerful marketing tools : your brand -- May 27, 2011

Web Update March 16

This web update picks up from two weeks ago -- and we're still following your rankings and search engine performance. I'm beginning to believe that SEO is actually a myth perpetuated by preying on web site owners anxioties to get listed near the top of Google. Here's more ... * How To Estimate How Much Traffic You'll Gain By Increasing Your Rankings * Measuring Free Clicks in AdWords * Twitter Turns to Users to Translate Site Into More Languages * Facebook Surges, Other SocNets Gain Traction * PPC vs. SEO: Paid Search as Your Organic Competitor * Who Says Email's Dead? * Google's Search Results Get More Social; Twitter As The New Facebook 'Like' * 5 Website Features You Can Easily Offload to Reduce Costs... and more March 16, 2011

Web Update March 9

This web update is a mix and match of catch-up items we've had on our radars for weveral weeks. Some interesting stuff here ... * SEO Factors for 2011 * Curtains For MySpace? * Is Link Relevance as Effective as Anchor Text? * Designing an SEO Friendly URL Structure * Online Reputation Management's Top 3 Challenges * HOW TO: Optimize Your Company's LinkedIn Profile * Management Tip of the Day: Add Structure to Social Media * How to Plan a Successful Website Redesign... and more March 9, 2011

8 articles for web publishers

Those web publishers sure like their numbers, don't they? So here's 8 articles web publishers should get their heads around * 5 Resolutions To Grow And Maintain Email Lists * 5 Tips for Optimizing Your Social Media Content * 5 Ways to Effectively Manage Your Online Reputation * 6 skills of a great Web analyst * 8 ways to get more people to read your content * Facebook Apps' Access to Contact InfoConcerns Security Experts * Creating Online Video Content that is Worth Watching * Why you should run your website like a magazine... and more February 18, 2011

Evolution of Search and its Engines

The first week of February saw a spate of claims and counter-claims traded between Google and Microsoft. At a Bing-sponsored event, Google accused Microsoft of cheating and copying its search results. Greenlight's Adam Bunn, director of SEO, takes a look February 10, 2011

Is Your Innovation Lying Dead in the Road?

David Croslin, author of Innovate the Future: A Radical New Approach to IT Innovation, knows a thing or two about armadillos. He also knows why roulette-style betting on innovation isn't satisfying the needs of your customers or your business. November 27, 2010