How To Set Up Your Website's Preview

First impressions often come through social media. What impression does your website transmit when you share your URL on social media platforms? What impression do you want it to provoke? Whatever it is, you want to make sure its presence is professional and aligned to your brand. This is how mine looks like right now when … Read more

5 Website Must-Haves: Blogger's Kit

This article is a follow up to 5 Website Must-Haves: Starter Kit. If you have read the article, and followed the must-haves, then you are prepared to take your website to the next level with this blogger’s kit. WordPress has been the go-to platforms for bloggers for years, which is one of the reasons I … Read more

Beyond Lorem Ipsum: My Favorite Text Generators

If you are even slightly familiar with editorial design, publishing, web design, maybe even copywriting, you probably have read Lorem ipsum, the famous ancient text used as a placeholder when the actual content isn’t ready yet, but the document or website has to be designed and set up. It’s been used for decades, and it … Read more

5 Website Must-Haves: Small Business Edition

This article is a follow up to 5 Website Must-Haves: Starter Kit. I’m assuming you have followed my recommendations from the starter kit, and won’t be listing them here even if they’re relevant to your small business. So, you’ve got a WordPress website for your small business? Congratulations! By using WordPress you now have access … Read more

WordPress Resources at SiteGround

WordPress is an award-winning web software, used by millions of webmasters worldwide for building their website or blog. SiteGround is proud to host this particular WordPress installation and provide users with multiple resources to facilitate the management of their WP websites: Expert WordPress Hosting SiteGround provides superior WordPress hosting focused on speed, security and customer … Read more

Determining Brand Needs

Brand is a word that gets often thrown around a a lot: brand your business, brand yourself, consistent branding, etc. But when it comes to the design-side of things, “brand” is often used as an equivalent to “logo”, or “logo, and additional graphics”. It’s partly true: your logo, and any graphics you use on your … Read more