We have your images!

I recently had a client who told me he wanted all of his images “protected” from being downloaded. My answer was simple: “It’s not worth your time to persue that goal”. If someone who knows what he or she is doing wants an image, they’re going to get it by either examining your code, checking their cache or utilizing their print screen button.

5 Mistakes That Made Me A Better Freelancer

A few years ago I started offering web design services to those in need of a web site. Ever since, It’s been a constant learning experience. When I advanced from website coding to directly interacting with clients, I was taking a pretty big step. It was hard enough trying to understand this crazy markup language, and now I had to learn how to interact with clients? Sheesh. Thanks to trial and error, I’ve come to understand a few things about establishing and maintaining the best possible relationship with my clients.

Most ideal size for your Web Site?

It’s one of the oldest questions in the book: what browser size should I design my website for? Do I cater to people running lower resolutions such as 800×600, do I think my visitors want a wider layout like 1024×768, or do I think my visitors surf on a movie screen? Well, they probably aren’t going to be surfing on a movie screen, and chances are that they’re running something higher than 800×600. How about I stop with these generalizations and give you some useful info? How about a pretty chart?