Archive for October, 2008


Common website design sin, the lack of web analytics
Common website design sin, the lack of web analytics


There is a lot of common website design mistakes made by web designers, I will dedicate a post to each mistake that I’d like to address. The first ‘sin’ for this series is the most simple to implement but quite an often overlooked feature, especially by ‘newbie’ web designers. This is web analytics, or rather...


Read More »


19 design quotes that educates clients on the value of design
19 design quotes that educates clients on the value of design


I would like to share a collection of few quotes that educate designers on what their designs should achieve and educate clients on how good design can contribute to the bottom-line of their business. ~•~ A designer knows he has achieved perfection not when there is nothing left to add, but when there is nothing...


Read More »


IEC website punishes its visitors for NOT using ancient technology!
IEC website punishes its visitors for NOT using ancient technology!


I wrote about something similar regarding sabc one’s website, but this time I stumbled upon a worse situation. Firstly, let me start by educating those of you who aren’t website developers. There’s a traditional web design strategy called progressive enhancement, simply put: a website must be developed in such a way that all users are...


Read More »



8 effective political posters


In this post I share posters that are simple yet effective, some manages to convey their intended message without any usage of words. Source: Chaz Maviyane-Davies Source: Power to the posters Source: Backspace Source:...


Read More »


How many concepts should creatives present to clients?
How many concepts should creatives present to clients?


This is one of the many debates amongst creatives themselves (and sometimes with their clients), some creatives developed this mentality that the more concepts they present the more the client will believe they’ve earned what they charged. While it’s tempting and might sound like a good idea to feed the clients with multiple concepts, it...


Read More »