As of Jan 1, 2012, the McCormick & Winter Corporation will legally be dissolved. For any questions or for ongoing work requests, please contact either Justin Winter (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Susan McCormick (email@example.com)
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In a joint venture that offers our clients 20 combined years of experience with website development and Flash programming, Type T Media LLC and Winter Creative LLC have teamed up. The two companies joined forces in 2009 to form McCormick & Winter and have been gaining strong momentum since then.
In a previous post, we stressed the importance of developing for different screen resolutions; you may have noticed that we conveniently dodged any meaningful discussion of the true screen resolution demon, namely, the mobile device (it even sounds slightly sinister, come to think of it). In this post, we’re back for revenge.
What is screen resolution anyway? Ah, glad you asked. Let’s put it this way: if all monitors had the same resolution, a giant desktop monitor wouldn’t fit any more windows on the screen than a tiny laptop monitor. Instead, a big monitor would simply make everything look bigger:
The only thing worse than a website that doesn’t have what users are looking for is a website that does but makes it all but impossible to find. Here are some tricks for keeping your site neat and easy to use.
If you’re considering building a site that doesn’t have a content management system (CMS), we’ve got news for you: it’s not the ‘90s anymore, kid. But assuming you’re not stuck in the last ice age, exactly which CMS, of the hundreds of options out there, should you be using? Alas, there is probably no single right answer, but here are the reasons we like and...