When I started to write this article, I had it tentatively titled "Web Design for Dummies". Aside from the legal implications of such a title, I also felt it wasn't accurate - that a lot of the clients we deal with on a daily basis aren't "dummies", "idiots", or whatever pejorative you like. In fact, they are all quite bright and great at what they do - in their field.
News from the Nest
As a business person, you understand the value of your website: it's like a billboard, open forum, monthly newsletter, and company ice cream truck all rolled into one. But let's face it - there are aspects of web design you don't know, you don't care to know, and you will probably never need to know. But if there's a topic that you'd like to know, we are probably going to cover it.
Fledge Fiamingo has been speaking about his experiences as a game ranger in Africa since 2003, but his online presence for Son Safaris was not up to the task of extending his reach and his message. He wanted a website that would help connect Son Safaris to new audiences and potential donors while having the flexibility to update and configure the site as he needed to.