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Spiderwoman regularly uses DHTML, JavaScript, cascading style sheets and Java applets to add to the functionality of a web site and to increase useability as well as enhance the experience of the users visiting that site.

When testing web sites, Spiderwoman uses a variety of browsers (Internet Explorer Netscape, Opera, Mozilla, and Safari),

Because a lot of the work Spiderwoman has done has included design of magazine and newspaper ads, designing to the target is very important, whether it be the type of paper being used or the actual audience that would see the content of a web site. The same rules apply to web site and "weblication" design and it is very important to keep in mind what the web site will be doing in the end and who will be
seeing it or using it, thus making the way it looks and functions (the interface and usability) a very important part of the overall design.

One of Spiderwoman's true joys is to pick apart a web site or page and totally redo it so that it will download faster while maintaining the same design, look and feel. Smaller file size can be achieved not only by using fewer graphics or making graphics file sizes smaller but also reducing the amount of code used on a page to further reduce the file size and the download time. When tons of unnecessary code is trimmed from a site, things always run more efficiently, with fewer failures.

Contact Spiderwoman today and get started on your custom designed web site! The first hour of consultation is FREE!