Posts Tagged ‘website design’

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Interview: Selene Bowlby of iDesign Studios

06 · 22 · 09


by @geekgirls

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Geek Girls Network: When did you first become interested in Web Site Design?

Selene Bowlby: I was first introduced to the internet back in high school, where all I had access to were text-based freenets and bulletinselenebowlby board services. It wasn’t long before I created my first (terribly designed) web site which was hosted in the Geocities Paris and Soho neighborhoods.

Although I majored in graphic design in college, at this point the internet was nothing more than a hobby for me. My career goal at that time was creating designs for print, such as advertisements, corporate identity, brochures, etc.

As I dabbled more in the emerging technology of the internet, my interest in the web grew tremendously. By the time I graduated, I was 100% positive that I wanted to focus on web site design and development.

GGN: What has been your favorite / most memorable project that you have worked on? Read the rest of this entry ?

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10 Secret Sites for Web Designers

06 · 20 · 09

By @geekgirls

Well, they might not be secrets exactly, but no one told me which sites could help and why when I started out in the web design field. And there are so many online resources to help, after your website is up and running. Here’s what I use on a regular basis and why: Read the rest of this entry ?

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Marketing Strategy Needs SEO

06 · 17 · 09

By Lisa Kaslyn

Many of the businesses I speak with share some perplexity when it comes to their Inbound Marketing strategy, and its primary tactic, search engine optimization (SEO). Here’s a simplified way of looking at it: If traditional marketing is about pushing information – sometimes intrusively- out to customers, (i.e., advertising, trade shows, telemarketing, direct mail, and email) then inbound or new marketing is more about making your business findable in a world where customers have more control over what information they receive and how they receive it. Read the rest of this entry ?

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5 Must Have Tools in my Web Design Arsenal

06 · 16 · 09

@artdeal

When I first got into web design I didn’t know much about anything. I created pages on free sites such as Gurlpages.com and Angelfire.lycos.com. All I had to do was fill out a form, hit submit, and my web page was created for me.

Then I discovered HTML and that’s when my love for web design began. That’s was back in 1999. Now ten years later I am still have a passion for it.

Here are my 5 must have Web Design tools: Read the rest of this entry ?

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Website Design Article Event

05 · 24 · 09

I’m working on gathering articles for a full week (or 2 weeks depending on how many articles I can get) of post solely on web design from women in the business!

I you are a geek girl working in the website design field, please share your knowledge on the Geek Girls Network. You can write about a specific aspect of web design, or a general introduction, that’s up to you. I’m hoping to gather enough information so that the event will be relevant to n00bs as well as seasoned professionals.

Of course, as a contributor, I will also promote your site and online profiles as well as post a short bio.

So, take your time and I look forward to your contribution!! And if you have any questions, let me know info@geekgirlsnetwork.com.