All the time I see blogs offering prizes or giveaways for creating a theme, making a logo, or simply commenting. I’ve noticed that just about everyone of these contests offer an iPod shuffle as the grand prize – my guess is because its a iPod, but its cheap enough to give out and have people … Continue reading “Contest Prizes/Giveaways”
As part of my contribution to Lead Maverick, I keep a blog over there on web design related things. I have to decide to where my content is best suited – often times it is for both places. My Lead Maverick blog consists of some rich content that you’d probably be interested in so I … Continue reading “More Develop Daly WordPress, Web Design, & SEO Resources”
I’m all upgraded to the newest version of WordPress and I have to say – I like it. The coolest feature so far is the one-click plugin upgrade. It sure beats deactivating, downloading, unzipping, uploading, activating and finally configuring after 5-10 minutes of setup. Now, it takes seconds! It may take me a while to … Continue reading “Upgraded to WordPress 2.5”
WordPress is ramping up to launch version 2.5. Matt Mullenweg posted a screencast of what’s to come. I’m really liking the new gallery feature; still a little unsure about the interface, but I can’t make that judgment till I really use it.
Jared has been one of my good friends for a while, and when he started getting serious about photography he wanted a custom designed blog so he came to me. He actually had already put together a design he wanted to go with and just needed my help making it come to life. Included in … Continue reading “Jared Rey Blog”
I live in Denton, TX (Corinth, TX to be exact, but who knows where that is?!). Denton is just 45 minutes north of Dallas and Fort Worth. Things in Denton have historically been quiet, rural, or at most, minimally suburban to the bigger 2 triangle counterparts, D and FW. Before I get to the web … Continue reading “Web Design in Denton, TX”
Even if you’ve got a great service with great features on your website, you aren’t guaranteed that everyone will use those features or even know what they are. So when it comes to engaging your users, you have to be proactive. Remind them of different things they can do. Suggest next steps and hold their … Continue reading “Usability Tips: Remind Your Users”
The company I work for, Lead Maverick, is a growing startup. Currently, we have 7 employees and we’re looking to add another. We need a senior level (or at least very experienced) .net programmer.
Update: See WordPress Tips 2009 for a new & improved list I’m not the first one to write a post that outlines major WordPress tips and tricks to implement into your WordPress site (or any kind of site for a number of these tips). Search engines will be much more proud to display your content … Continue reading “Hardcore WordPress Tips”
Lead Maverick is my current full-time employer. When I started working for Lead Maverick in 2007 the company website promoted what seemed to be software…and software no more current than the 1990s at that! Needless to say, one of my first tasks was to redesign the company’s website to better reflect the product, the brand, … Continue reading “Lead Maverick”