Practicing what we preach.

We have been using a couple different content management systems for our client sites recently. Clients want the ability to manage and maintain their own sites, and content management is the way to go.

So we decided it was time to update the WoW! site. To practice what we preach, we felt it only fair to set up the WoW! site using a similar framework.

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Why your web graphic doesn't print well on paper

Cleaning up the 'fuzzies'

A professional graphic designer can help you design and optimize your graphics for professional final output in whatever medium you choose.

A client of mine once said, "I'd like to be able to use the same graphic online as offline and in print, if that makes any difference." She went on, "I don't understand why web graphics don't seem to print well sometimes, but I'm sure there's a good reason."

There is a good reason--actually there are a few. I will try to explain.

Web graphics are optimized for screen viewing, therefore limited to a screen resolution of 72 dpi (dots per inch). Anything else is overkill and makes for longer load times, the death wish of a web site.

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