I don’t often share my website design work in my POSTS + UPDATES. Mostly, I like to write about my observations and stories of art, love, Las Vegas, and beyond. Well, that and cars and some tech stuff, which I love. So, while most of my readers know me for my art, few here know my design background. Not that any of that matters here; it’s just that I also love creating dynamic websites, and want to share a special one with you.
Tag: Website Design
28%* of You are Reading this on Your SmartPhone (I know that because Google tells me so). That’s why the ADCook.com website has been mobile-friendly for a long-time, since early 2011. That’s when I first became aware of WordPress responsive websites. WordPress made creating sites more flexible, from a creator’s perspective, while creating a better user experience for visitors.
In today’s Internet world, an artist has to be a creative entrepreneur, a web designer, and a marketer, along with a lot of other skills to succeed on any level, both online and on the Internet. It can be a lot to keep up with and still make time to create art. For years, I relied on Alexa.com to keep me informed of my website’s status and have continuously increased my global and US rankings.
“Let’s build a website. It’ll be fun” How many times have you thought that? Or heard that? I get that a lot from people who want to build a website and think that it just pops up overnight. That’s usually followed by an “If we build it, they will come” mindset.
I had decided that I would open a Virtual Art Gallery. I began searching for the “Right” individual to help me develop this dream. Like most people, my knowledge of the internet was based on being a user rather than a developer. I have learned there is a vast difference between the two.