One of the nice things about WordPress is that you can easily change the look and feel of your website by swapping one design (aka “theme”) for another. It’s really not much different from changing clothes – the content remains remains the same, but the appearance changes. Here is a list of things you should keep in mind when looking for a new WordPress theme.
LunaMetrics has produced an excellent infographic showing all the sizing information you will ever need for your social media profiles – at least until the next design change. The infographic includes all images sizes for Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+, Youtube and Pinterest.
The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian affairs (OCHA) has created a set of 500 humanitarian-themed icons, which they are making available free of charge.
The “Social Media for Good” roundup. This week with: Humanizing your communication, reaching vulnerable communities through social media, some sad truths about your Facebook page and helping you create publications that are less ugly.
I normally don’t write plugs for service providers, but I’d like to say a few words about Jinson, the guy behind Web2Feel, simply because their customer service is stellar.
Yesterday, Facebook announced that it would introduce the new Facebook timeline-layout for all Facebook pages on March 30. This means you have one month to get ready. This blog post contains some suggestions that can help you create Facebook covers in no time.
Every time I’ve witnessed the restructuring of an organization or company, the same thing happened: within minutes of the announcement, the foot soldiers gathered in the cafeteria, voiced their surprise over some of the changes and discussed why certain things simply won’t work. I’m normally one of those people. Organizational structures are information architecture The other day I realized that the challenges that management face when deciding an organizational structure are not very different from the problems that web managers have when[...]
Update: Problem solved. See comments if you have similar issues and want to know how I fixed them. If you are one of the 47 per cent of my visitors that use Firefox then you will see that the text runs over the “Facebook Share”-button on the right. I’m aware of this problem but don’t know how to solve it. I want the Facebook button to appear underneath the Twittley button (or the other way round), but of course I[...]