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Design Dump - Keeping You and Me in the Loop!
Authors : Todd Bertsch

Todd Bertsch Keeps Designers in the Loop!

Todd Bertsch received a Bachelors degree in Fine and Applied Arts, with a concentration in Graphic Design, from the University of Akron. He has been working for both design firms and his own design consulting firm bertschdesign for over 10 years. He's also the Editor/Creative Director of the popular graphic design resource portal www.designdump.com.

Graphic & Web Design Articles

It's Good to Be a Graphic Designer
By Todd Bertsch
Creatively Creating: After reading the November issue of How Magazine's article by Bryn Mooth, entitled "Follow Your Heart" (which is a very awesome, inspiring article, I might add), I felt compelled to share my thoughts on why I feel it's good to be a graphic designer.

From Print Designer to Web Designer
By Todd Bertsch
Learn about the two schools of designers: Graphic designers who mainly focused on print design their entire career and later entered into web design. And web designers, who have always been web designers and have no prior design background.

Web Design Has Changed — Part 1: Bells and Whistles
By Todd Bertsch
Fancy Flash-based graphics and media-rich content is appropriate for some Web sites, but don't overlook the crucial elements of Web site design that make it easier for customers to find you through search engines — and get what they need once they do.

Web Design Has Changed — Part 2: Search Engine Optimization
By Todd Bertsch
If you can't find your site in major search engines like Google, MSN, and Yahoo!, these 16 SEO tips will help your site become more search engine friendly and help your customers benefit from a more content relevant site, with less clutter and easy navigation.

Web Design Has Changed — Part 3: Pixel-by-Pixel
By Todd Bertsch
The challenges of keeping up with evolving Web technologies, computer monitor screen resolutions, and mobile device interfaces.