Category: Inspiration

Parents will recognize the statement, “Please use your words”. It’s used when children scream, cry, punch, jump on furniture, bite, pull hair and clothes, throw their toys and essentially use some form of body movement to express how they feel. Since people can’t throw pots at each other online, we try to use words to communicate our feelings and ideas. However, it’s not enough to write sentences and be grammatically correct. We still can be misunderstood even though we usedRead more…

As one of the instructors for Search Engine College, I sometimes get to see web sites my usability course students are working on. They’re permitted to use that site for their final assignment project. One student presented a web site that I really thought captured what a local site can do. The Coffs Harbour City Council web site was the first local government related site I’ve seen that captured my attention, made me feel good, and convinced me the communityRead more…

I received an email from the CEO of a company who chooses to remain anonymous and this is how it shall be. What touched me about the gesture was the high compliments paid towards Cre8asiteforums.  Myself, the Moderating team and Cre8tive Community were all noted for their outstanding attitudes and for producing a welcoming web space. With the buzz the past few weeks on high alert concerning reputation management, both company and personal, I’ve been giving his email lots ofRead more…

While presenting a class on web site usability in New York for Internet Marketing Ninjas Marketing Training, my husband was in the audience as cheerleader and teacher. I wasn’t connected at first and I could feel it. I wasn’t inspired. I had a feeling I wouldn’t be because the first part was the boring stuff I had to discuss, like business requirements. I said “um” 340 times. However, once I pulled up the screenshot of a web site I’m workingRead more…

Meet Darryl Heron, who took advantage of our relaxing promotion rules and wrote an excellent piece on Earth day. It’s been 31 years since the first Earth Day. Are you involved?

I’m very excited to point you to Cre8 Green Week. “We’ll be celebrating Earth Day, April 22nd, with a week-long “green” focus. The most unusual facet will be that we’re temporarily loosening some of our usually strict policies about self promotion. We want to make it easier for the community to come in and share about how their projects inspire awareness of our environment and sustainable use of resources.” Logo design: Risa Borsykowsky of Rb3Webdesign.com Cre8Green Week Planning and Implementation:Read more…

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