Chris Badgett and I talk about online course website design, event management, and questioning client decisions in Episode 189 of LMScast. Watch the video or listen to the audio. Continue Reading Interview with Chris Badgett on LMScast
How would your website score in an employee performance review? Your website should be working for you 24/7. Make sure it’s not slacking on the job. Continue Reading Should You Give Your Website a Bonus…or a Pink Slip? How would your website score in an annual performance review?
If you hire an experienced developer or agency, even a very simple website is going to cost a minimum of $1000 and an average of $2500. At the other end of the spectrum, a highly complex website costs upwards of $50,000 and requires a team of experts working over several months. What accounts for the difference? Continue Reading What Makes a Website Expensive? Here are some reasons why one website costs $2500 and another $50,000
Before you start looking for an agency or freelancer, ask yourself the Who, What, Where, When, Why, How, and How Much of your business. If you want a great website, focus on your mission. Continue Reading What You Need to Know Before You Can Hire a Web Developer If you want a successful outcome, better get your ducks in a row
It takes 25 hours of classroom training, 6 hours of behind-the-wheel training, and another 50 hours of practice just to get your first driver’s license in California—yet most Californians are confident that they can learn to drive. People take car ownership for granted, even though it’s expensive, complicated, and dangerous, but expect to be able to create and manage a website with no training at all. Continue Reading Are You Qualified to Drive That Website? Web development clients have responsibilities, too.