Jeremy Taylor designs web sites and applications using bleeding-edge methods and internet technologies. The results are functional, intuitive, and affordable custom software solutions.
Key Application Design Principles
- Application is Responsive
- User Interface is Intuitive
- Source Code is Self-Documenting
AJAX is a data communications methodology that results in very responsive websites. Web pages that employ AJAX react instantly to user requests. Data is transmitted to the browser with a minimum of overhead, reducing load on the web server.
web design technology
a primer in web development technology
web developer tools
a list of the best web design software for Mac OS X
Template-based web design separates design format from application code, which creates a more flexible development model. The style and layout of a user interface may be modified in html without concern for the underlying application code. As a result, a web designer can make adjustments to css styles and html layout very quickly. User interface consoles can easily be reused across multiple screens.Blog
Content creation and management is a requirement of every web site. Fresh and engaging content sells a product or service and is a critical component in search engine optimization.
My approach to content management is to harness the robust and open source software used by the blogosphere to create reliable, extensible, and affordable content management solutions. Outstanding results can be achieved with a minimum of investment by coupling a blogging framework such as Wordpress, with a custom web site design, and a client-side authoring tool.
WordPress for Content Management
A short education in search engine optimization is the other half of the content management solution. My approach is to inform content producers of the finer points of writing searchable content by both example and hosting seminars.Data
Encapsulation of data formulas and queries contribute to reliability and time efficiency by reusing datasets across application functions and interfaces.Compatible
Whether a visitor uses Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari, or another browser, a web site designed by W3C standards should display as intended. Of course, Internet Explorer is often the the exception to this rule, so a seasoned web designer is aware of the itdiosyncicies of IE.