A few weeks ago, I was honored to be able to attend a workshop at Midwest UX, a weekend-long conference about content strategy, UX design and simple, usable web standards. It travels from city to city, but this year, it was in Indianapolis. Here are some of my takeaways.
Yesterday, WANE reported on a new Google initiative that received support from Fort Wayne's mayor, Tom Henry. Its (rather ungainly) title, "Get Your Business Online Indiana," described, basically, a toolkit for small, independent businesses to establish a basic web presence. It includes an easy-to-manage Google business listing, a year's worth of domain name registration and hosting, and a platform to easily build a website.
There’s an old graphic design trope that tells the designer that the most important information should be “above the fold”... View Article