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Blog au Roux

Great Creole cuisine comes from the blending of cultural influences — French, Spanish, Caribbean and African — to create a truly distinctive and memorable taste. Our varied backgrounds allow us to share our collective expertise. As for Creole cooking, we start with one core piece of advice, “First you make a roux…”

Previous entries about ‘Web Development’

How Information Architecture Impacts SEO

Search engines have always espoused the value of the user experience. For years, Matt Cutts and other engineers at Google have been encouraging webmasters to “write for people, not for search engines“. This call-to-action is just as relevant today as Google plans to penalize low-quality websites and content farms benefiting from over-optimized pages.

SEO & Social News, Presentation Tools, & IE6 Support

Bug Bytes is a weekly roundup of the Web’s best links, blog posts, and news articles related to web design, application development, and online marketing. Continue the conversation and share your thoughts on these stories in the comments below – we’d love to hear your own insights!

Why <table> Can Still Be Useful and When It Should Be Used

When left with the daunting task of designing and presenting large amounts of data for a webpage, I sometimes find myself returning to table-based markup for these reasons:

  • Presenting Organization, especially for side by side comparisons (think of a spreadsheet)
  • Quick and Easy to Read Data – Humans are always inclined to find balance and organization in what they see. Why not help everyone along and make things easier?

Social Media, Web Design, & Web Analytics News

Bug Bytes is a weekly roundup of the Web’s best links, blog posts, and news articles related to web design, application development, and online marketing. Continue the conversation and share your thoughts on these stories in the comments below – we’d love to hear your own insights!

I Must Have a CMS!

Many inquiries we get from potential customers are focused on the development of their company’s website.  Often, part of that conversation focuses on the future control of their site and invariably turns to the demand for a content management system, or CMS, which is a web-based application that allows businesses to update website content from the website itself.

When a customer emphatically demands a CMS—I immediately answer, “of course—but why?”

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