Home

  • Tactics to optimize your site’s speed - No one likes a slow website, but that might not be enough to spend the time and money to optimize your website. There are three main reasons to justify the work entailed with optimizing your website.
  • Make an impact at your next meeting using social psychology - Often, I hear that the people who advance fastest are not the smartest or most hard working, but the most liked. What if told you there are a few things you can do to be more likeable?
  • Adding custom fonts to your web page. - CSS offers a variety of ways to modify whatever font you're using. For example, you can change the color, size, and add an underline (there's more than one way to do this - my preferred method is illustrated below). First, identify what text will get this treatment. Then add the style declaration.
  • Utilizing Social Media to Network - Social media is not just for venting political beliefs or goofing off. If you’re smart about your approach you can leverage social media strengths to achieve your professional goals.
  • Facebook JavaScript SDK - Want to make your website or web app more engaging? Consider utilizing Facebook's JavaScript SDK to personalize and socialize your audience's experience. In this article I'll break down Facebook's JavaScript SDK documentation to explore how to integrate the data in Facebook with your page or app.
  • Connecting to Social Media APIs - Connecting to APIs makes for a better experience   As I have spoken about in the past, the social media modality triggers deep aspects of our psychological nature. Through social media you are exposed. People know what you’ve posted and what you like. You know how many of your friends, and what friends, like a ...
  • Techniques for accessible web development - Great, you're on board. You've made the choice to offer accessible content. A first step to building an accessible website is to be aware of the components of web development. These integrated components include the web content (text, images, and media), user agents (the software/hardware people use to to access the content), and authoring tools ...
  • An introduction to accessible websites - What does it mean to have an accessible website? People with disabilities can perceive, understand, navigate, and interact with the site. Interaction includes being able to read and write. It's more than the ability to interact. Building accessible websites is about the experience provided by the designer and coder to folks with a variety of ...
  • Social Media meets Social Psychology - Utilizing cognitive bias to help frame your messages Psst…  I’m going to tell you something that folks have been taking advantage of for years. How you frame a message sometimes has more impact than the message itself. I’ll tell you what I mean. We are influenced by what social psychologists call cognitive biases (note the ...
  • Raising a child (Theme) - Raising your first child theme A child theme is a copy of a design for WordPress. It's a way to modify a WordPress theme in a non-destructive way.