Good communication is part of good design, and part of good corporate communication is a pithy tagline. Our tagline is “We make websites easy to use.” An article in this month’s UPA Voice gave me some food for thought.
Monthly Archives: June 2005
Roy Peter Clark, a “Senior Scholar” at the Poynter Institute gathers together his Fifty Top Writing Tips for our purusal. Recognizing that design is more than looking good leads naturally to embracing good writing as an integral part of good design. Thanks, Roy!
SaaS solutions aren’t always faster, better, or cheaper than a custom solution. Here are four reasons why a custom-designed web app can be better than something off-the-shelf.
E-mail is definitely one of Loud Dog’s critical business tools. It touches everything – from project management to developing new business. In fact, our first contact with new clients is frequently through e-mail.
Unfortunately, if your company displays an e-mail addresse on its website, it will be found by a spambot – an automated program that scours the web for e-mail addresses. This article explores how we can defeat the spambots!
I don’t like spam. I don’t know anyone that does. Luckily, there are a variety of tools and techniques that help me win the spam wars. The most obvious – or at least the most well known – are the variety of programs that filter, sort and block spam headed for your inbox. Less obvious are the ways you can prevent spammers from getting your e-mail address in the first place. Since the first is really the domain of IT folks and System Administrators, this article focuses on how to prevent spammers from getting your e-mail, or at least lessening the possibility.
Mark Logic announced the launch of their new corporate site on Friday, June 3. Designed and programmed by Loud Dog, the site features clean, straightforward design, fully standards-compliant programming and an easy-to-use architecture. We primarily worked with Ann Smith and Mark Logic’s “three Davids” on this project: David Taber, Mark Logic’s acting VP of Marketing;…