Heal Your Church WebSite

Teaching, rebuking, correcting & training in righteous web design.

September 18, 2007
by meandean
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5 love notes from the mailbag

I’m usually very responsive to comments and emails – as such interaction often results in long-term, online friendships with other developers. That said, sometimes I get ‘love notes’ that either request assistance when I’m mega-busy, or whose purpose is to tear me apart for ‘bashing the Body.’ Here are 5 examples of such – followed by some witty snarkasm on my part. Continue reading

September 17, 2007
by meandean
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Pastors, programmers & graphic artists listen up: your user isn’t you

Unless you’re writing a church website for a bunch of blogging pastors, frustrated graphic artists and/or “… burned out computer geeks, your user isn’t you. … This is very hard to get through somebody’s head; it’s very hard to get rid of this notion that what you like your user is going to like… Again, your user is not you.” Continue reading

September 11, 2007
by meandean
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Observing 9-11 at the ‘Other’ Twin Towers

Perhaps it is the experience of working in the shadows of the World Trade Center buildings that I continue too ascribe the term ‘Twin Towers’ with the two-plus buildings destroyed 6 years ago in cowardly act of senseless terrorism. Regardless – it doesn’t address the question “why do they hate us?” Here’s my take … Continue reading