T&S SAID WHAT?!
Everything we wrote in June 2008
Here at T&S we recently started creating favicons for all our clients’ websites. What is a favicon? Well, visit any popular website and take a look at your browser’s tab, or up at the address bar. You’ll see a small 16×16 icon. Each browser has a default icon (Internet Explorer 7 has the IE logo), [...]
We’ve all heard it before: less is more. I couldn’t stress this enough when it comes to website color schemes. A common misconception is thinking every color on the wheel will enhance your site, but in reality, choosing a scheme and staying consistent is your number one goal. Depending on the site I’m designing, I [...]
If you own your own domain, you can set up any email address for that domain. If your name is John Doe and you own example.com, you can set up firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, or anything you want, as long as it ends in your domain name. If you’re like everyone else, you probably have some [...]
To follow up on my previous post, I wanted to give you a taste of some cutting-edge business card designs, which will hopefully spark a few ideas for your personal cards. Whether or not the designs are feasible, it’s helpful to see the creative ideas out there! Business Cards on Deviant Art Business Cards on [...]
Here are some random things that annoy me about websites. I’m not going to link to any specific examples, as that would be too mean. That, and I’ve probably been guilty of some of these in the past. Too few graphics. The vast majority of websites need some graphics to break up the text. Although [...]