Tag Archives: Wordpress

Website Redesign for Florida Sea Grant

Florida Sea Grant

Last week, we launched a new-and-improved website for Florida Sea Grant, a university-based program that supports research, education and extension to conserve coastal resources and enhance economic opportunities for the people of Florida.

What is the fastest responsive WordPress theme that supports child themes?

WordPress logo

I’ve been on a quest to find the fastest responsive WordPress theme that supports child themes. After running Motionbuzz.com on Drupal 5 and 6 for over four years, I switched to WordPress in early 2012. Why? Great question, but the answer deserves its own post.… Continue reading

New Year’s Resolutions For Your Website: 1) Get the newest CMS

Opensource CMS logos

The first resolution from my PDF guide, New Year’s Resolutions for Your Website, is Get the newest CMS. In this video, I explain why you need to keep your content management system up to date. Specifically, I cover Drupal, WordPress, and Joomla. All three are… Continue reading

Control vs. Responsibility: How to choose the best software for your business

con-res

Whether you’re the CEO of a Fortune 500 company or the sole-proprietor of a local boutique, you need to be aware of the different types of web-based business software before you’re able to intelligently pick the best option for your organization. I consult a wide… Continue reading

Top 11 Tips for Improving Your Local Business’s Web Presence in 2011

happy-2011

Top 10 lists are so 2010. Here’s a Top 11 list for the first Monday of the New Year. Some of these tips are oldies but goodies. Others are just things we all need to do regularly. Please contact us if you like some of… Continue reading

Alumnus offers warm and fuzzy tips to University of Florida advertising students

tyftmo

I had a great time down in G’ville two weeks ago. I strolled onto the University of Florida campus to talk with Professor Lisa Duke Cornell‘s ADV 4101 Copywriting and Visualization class. I walked the same route from Murphree Hall to Weimer Hall that I… Continue reading