Tag: Web Development

2009.06.25 17:35:38
Susan Jackman

I was recently eating in a lcoal restaurant and they had the greatest sign hanging on their wall.

It stated:

We offer three kinds of service:
Good - Cheap - Fast  
You can pick any two 
Good service Cheap won't be Fast
Good service Fast won't be Cheap 
Fast service Cheap won't be good

  Susan Jackman | Tips | Methodology | Web Development | Great Resources
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2009.06.24 21:46:23
Susan Jackman

I've been working hard on a big project that I really want to share with you.  It's not finished, but it's the kindof project that will always be growing and evolving so it will never be truly finished.  It's a website and community for a non profit organization. STITCH features articles, blog, social networking community, forum, video, reviews, games, and so much more. But that's the technical stuff...

  Susan Jackman | CSS | Web Design | Technology | Content Management | Web Development | Education | Web-based Communication | Technology in the classroom | Projects
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2009.03.24 15:27:15
Susan Jackman

Every developer who works with Joomla has their own favorite, must have, extensions.  These are mine.  :)

  Web Development | Tips | Content Management | Joomla | Susan Jackman
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2009.02.16 02:16:12
Susan Jackman

The biggest challenges that a design team must face

I think there are two big challenges faced by all teams. In-effective utilization or organization of timelines and poor communication.  These two issues work hand in hand against each other.  These issues are based on my experiences working online with virtual teams, but are also relevant for a design team that works in different rooms, floors, offices, and if any members are offsite completely.

  Collaboration | Web-based Communication | Web Development | Design Process | Susan Jackman
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2009.02.09 14:45:15
Susan Jackman

As most web developers know, Google Analytics is a very powerful (and free) way to track your websites metrics. Google Analytics provides some great information about what is happening on your website.  So what makes it such a great tool and why should you add it to your site?

  Susan Jackman | Tips | Usability | Marketing | Web Development | Internet
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