Archive for the ‘General Moosings’ Category

 

What does Retina Display Mean for Web Design?

November 4th, 2013

Tweet There has been a lot of talk about Retina displays in the web design community recently, but what does it all mean. Here is a brief summary: The Good: We can now see Robert Pattinson or Mila Kunis in all their glory. The Bad: Those who don’t change their approach to web design risk […]

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How to Create a Web Design that Builds Trust

October 21st, 2013

Tweet If Billy the Kid (the American outlaw who lived in the late 1800s) or others like him lived today they’d probably be spammers or malware spreaders instead of robbers and gunslingers. Why? The Internet is a lot like the Wild West of the 21st century. It’s a place with honest businesses, crooks, great brands […]

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The Top 5 Benefits of a Personable Website

October 10th, 2013

Tweet If you’re a business owner planning a new website, please repeat the following phrase over and over again: “my website is not a brochure, my website is not a brochure!” Many people make this common mistake. They think a website is about having something that is shiny and attractive for people to look at […]

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How to Add Personality to your Website

October 3rd, 2013

Tweet How can your website stand out? Well, what makes you stand out against other people? The answer to both of these questions is your personality. A website has to speak to your visitors. It should aim to convey a personal, conversational tone to keep visitors coming back. Creating copy on your website that’s personable […]

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Why Content is the Centerpiece for Good Design

September 30th, 2013

Tweet When the Internet was first around, you could put up a webpage, post a picture of something and stick up some content. You might come back every other week or so, check on it, add a little something and then forget about it for another couple of weeks. But in today’s digital environment, fresh […]

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6 Tips to Successful Affiliate Marketing

September 25th, 2013

Tweet Do you have a website? Would you like to use your website to earn money? If you answered yes, one option is to become an affiliate. Below are some tips on how you can get started and on your way to becoming a successful affiliate online. Join affiliate programs of products you know and […]

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Tab-Fab: How Marketers Can Handle the New Gmail Inbox

August 29th, 2013

Tweet By now, if you’re a Gmail user, you’ve probably formed an opinion about those curious new tabs in your inbox. The updated interface, which sorts your email into primary, promotional, and social categories, has been met with mixed reactions. On one hand, important messages might be easier to spot in a sea of daily […]

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Play Ball

May 31st, 2013

Tweet Our Phoenix, AZ team is taking the term “team” to a whole new level! They’ve organized a co-ed softball team called “The Moo Crew” and meet every Sunday night. Everyone from the office was invited to play, even Slim! FatCow covered the team fee and the awesome jerseys. Enjoy the pictures and cheer them […]

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3500 FREE Farm Fresh Icons

April 29th, 2013

Tweet   FatCow loves to support the web design community, and we offer a professional collection of free web icons — perfect for both PC and Mac users — free to download with a simple click. Over the years, we’ve dedicated our efforts to keep this collection growing, and we just added 500 new icons! Like the […]

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It’s All Geek to Me (part 4) – Email Acronyms and Terms

February 28th, 2013

Tweet When it comes to email, many users are mostly familiar with just how to write an email and how to send an email. However, it may prove useful to know what’s going on “under the hood,” especially when setting up a new computer or mobile device to access your webmail while you’re on the […]

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