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Principles of Effective Web Navigation

Navigation can make or break a site. In this article we’ll cover what works, and what to avoid when designing a usable site.

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Lights Out – Dimming/Covering Background Content with jQuery

By the end of this tutorial you will be able to add pop up message boxes complete with dimmed background to your existing site.

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Making Your Email Match Your Business Style

You’re a small business owner and/or freelancer. Your primary form of contact is by email. Do you pick a task oriented, or personalized email address when providing contact information?

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How Having Project Boundaries Increases Your Value

In the final day of the Pricing Bootcamp series, we’ll take a look at how setting boundaries on a project can ultimately increase your value as a designer and keep stress at a minimum.

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Charging Project Pricing Versus Hourly Rates

So you’ve met with the client, have the design brief in hand, and you’re ready to sit down to start pricing things out. But wait! Before you get knee deep in the numbers there’s still one more decision to be made. How will you structure the pricing? Will it be hourly or a fixed project rate?

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Don’t Click Here! – Placing Links in Context

If you’re interested in reading this article, click here. On second thought. Don’t.

It’s a common usability problem. Links that don’t mean anything. How are you using links on your website?

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