How to Submit Content to Your Web Designer

July 22, 2015By Kyle HendersonWeb Design, Web Design Tips

Submitting your content in an organized fashion is one of the most essential tasks when working with a website designer. Since the content and menu items can greatly influence the design, we need at least rough draft content and images to get started on your website design. Our Website Content Starter Kit includes sample Word templates to use to help structure your menu and web pages as well as organize your images in preparation for submitting to us.

How to Properly Structure Website Content

October 16, 2013By Kyle HendersonSearch Engine Optimization, Web Design Tips, WordPress

Audience This article is intended for people who use a content management system like WordPress to blog or create & maintain your website, but the overall concepts apply to all web design, regardless of what platform you use to create/manage your website. Goals Create an ideal webpage structure for easy reading Maintain style consistency throughout entire … Read More

Rules for Great Website Design

June 12, 2013By Kyle HendersonWeb Design Tips

Earn your degree in PhilosoFlea! JellyFlea Creative follows these web design principles for every website design we create! Get a Website Whether or not you have a website says alot about your business. Having a website to tell your customers to go to immediatly tells things like, “My business is established”, “We plan on being … Read More

What the Heck is a JellyFlea?

May 31, 2013By Kyle HendersonWeb Design Tips

For most of my adult life, my income has come from self-employment in one way or another. In 2005 I started a corporation but struggled to name it. Every name I could think of was either already registered as a corporation, or the domain name was taken. So I made up a word, ‘JellyFlea’.