SEO and its discontents
SEO, design and content are the keys to any successful website. I can make content. Can I do right by the other two?
The Future of Lonely Writer and Adventures in Career Changing The Future The future? Well, more specifically, I mean the future of the Lonely Writer website. Wait, what? So as some readers may recall, I started that website as my capstone project at Quinnipiac University. I needed the project in order to graduate with a […]
Book Review: The Yahoo! Style Guide The Yahoo! Style Guide. For my social media writing class at Quinnipiac University, we were required to purchase this book and use it as a reference. However, instead of just referencing the guide as needed, I read it from cover to cover. And it is a fantastic guide. Writing […]
Supercharging Your On-Line Presence Supercharging? Yes! This post is a riff on the February 2011 edition of Law Practice Today About a thousand (er, twenty) years ago, I used to practice law. And, of course, things were far different then as opposed to now. But I have retained some of my old interests and connections, […]
Harrison Parrott vs. Sam Hill Entertainment For User-Centered Design Class, I compared Harrison Parrott vs. Sam Hill Entertainment. Harrison Parrott vs. Sam Hill Entertainment For two sites with the same ostensible purpose – assisting users with hiring musicians – Harrison Parrott and Sam Hill could scarcely be more different. Harrison Parrott From the beginning, the Harrison Parrott […]
Quinnipiac Assignment 08 – ICM 552 Dark Patterns in User-Oriented Design Doostang versus Amtrak For Social Media Ethics class, we were asked to compare dark patterns, which are designs which are put together in order to trick users into clicking on something (often to sign up for something they don’t want). Doostang Doostang is a […]