WordPress announced today their latest update of their fabulous open source content management system. Here at Alphabetix, we are strong advocates for WordPress, since it is a an effective, user friendly, and easy content management system for end users to navigate. Here are some of the highlights of their newest update, which they named for […]
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We’ve spent some time looking at web design and color. Now it’s time to test yourself.
There are a ton of great tools that you can use to help you build color palettes for your website.
Colors are can be separated into groups depending on how they make you feel. There are three basic groups of colors: cool, warm, and neutral. Picking the color group for your website should be based on the feelings you want to invoke. Also, consider using colors from each of the groups, to give you site balance.
All too frequently we get calls from potential clients who have already had a website designed by another “designer”, but are feeling the burn. Before your have a website built, consider these things.
There’s a lot we can learn from the success of American Idol. And, there’s a lot from that success that we can apply to websites. Here are a few lessons we can take and apply to your business website.
While Feng Shui isn’t actually applied to web design as an ancient Chinese practice, there are a lot of lessons about aligning positivity that can be applied to the flow of a website.
With two solid classes of webMentor in the history books, Alphabetix is proud to partner with the Mt Hood Community Small Business Development Center to offer the third edition of webMentor.
The WordPress 3.0.5 security release is required if you have any untrusted user accounts, but it also comes with important security enhancements and hardening. All WordPress users are strongly encouraged to update.
Alphabetix is offering another round of the very popular WebMentor course through the Mt Hood Community College Small Business Development Center.
When you consider that your website is your main marketing vehicle, sometimes you simply need to take a step back and really see this vehicle from your potential customer’s perspective.
Any business that sells products and services in this day and age that is not selling somewhere online is falling further behind both their competition and their own expected sales goals.