If you are a hunter you will appreciate a product launched by See3D, a revolutionary new type of camouflage. In a market that is packed with competitors, both big and small, See3D is launching something different, a lightweight camouflage suit that makes you invisible to deer AND visible to hunters at the same time. Their patented technology takes advantage of the dichromatic vision of deer (they see in black and white), advances in 3D leaf pattern camo, and judicious use of blaze orange coloring.
I use Disqus on my blog, and like how to presents an easy interface, stops spam and encourages comments. The trouble is that you need to have the WordPress setting to “Allow Comments” and that opens a door to spammers.
Last month I launched a new Martial Arts Website for a small Dojo in White River Junction, Vermont.
White River Budokan is a traditional dojo with some world class instructors, Head Instructor Ron Treem was recently featured in the Valley News. It needed a clean design that reflected its traditional approach.
I recently launched a new customer site for one of our local Strafford businesses, the Strafford Organic Creamery. The site was built in WordPress and featured a wholesale order form customization using WooCommerce.
Woocommerce has become an eCommerce powerhouse in the last year. After being acquired by Automattic (the company behind WordPress itself), it’s now powering a large portion of eCommerce websites (30% of all online stores supposedly). It is very powerful. But while the core plugin is free the very useful add-ons are expensive. They are priced $50 to $100 and you’ll generally need a couple or more.
Many businesses and organizations are still figuring out the process to get a professional web presence on the web. With social media now firmly in the mainstream, it’s harder than ever to understand what’s needed and what’s not as you build out an online web presence. These new layers mean that many businesses are returning to web “designers” to help them. Even though there is less and less design involved. More on that later.
Here are seven things you need to tell your web designer to make sure you are getting what you need.