Often, the contact page is one of the most ignored parts of a site. It’s thrown up sometimes almost as an afterthought. But it’s the one way prospective clients and customers. It’s your best foot. Put it forward. Aspects to consider when designing your contact page is your audience. Why are they visiting your site? What might they be looking for? How should they reach out to you? Browse these
This post has been a long time coming. I’ve had a love-hate relationship with CMS Made Simple for a number of years now. It can be quite idiosyncratic. But then, so can WordPress. But the big difference is that when WordPress misbehaves, there are myriad resources to help you get back up on your feet. The CMS Made Simple forums seem to be quite elitist and help is not very
We hope you have a fantastic 2016! Here at Pixelita Designs, it’s already shaping up to be a great year. And here are just a few reasons why: I have a spanking new Das Keyboard Professional S to work with! We’ve gotten some great new clients and some challenging and exciting work on our plate for January. I’ve redone my office space to be more user-friendly and ergonomically comfortable. I
I recently featured 10 Well-Designed Financial Advisor web sites. I ended up garnering a new client from that article. Today, I am going to feature something similar, but just a bit different. 10 Well-Designed CPA and Accountant web sites. Quite a few of them are powered by WordPress; others Drupal, and still others are on ASP-based platforms.
Recently, Pixelita Designs undertook to investigate several popular membership plugins for WordPress. Most of them tend to be geared toward selling “subscriptions” to protected content or digital media downloads (ebooks, etc.). Only two, CSS Jockey Front-End Membership and Member Mouse, seemed more “member-centric” and focused more on the member, with custom member profile pages and social media logins available. Those two are Restrict Content Pro and MemberPress. We’ve decided to