Blog articles written by Jeremy Girard, Rhode Island based web designer

My Articles - Category: Entertainment

My writings here on that have something to do with entertainment of one kind or another.

Stormtroopers Don’t Wear Jackets
Every Halloween, kids everywhere have their costumes ruined by mothers insisting they wear a jacket. Similarly, many website designs are destroyed by last minute change requests.
Leading The Way
Released 50 years ago, Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer forever changed holiday television and is a lesson in innovation at its finest.
A History Lesson
Each October, I read Ray Bradbury’s classic tale, The Halloween Tree, to get me excited for the season and also to remind me of the value of a history lesson.
5 Peeps + 1 Guitar = Great Web Content
What we can learn from the band, Walk Off The Earth, about building an audience by creating great Web content.
Great Expectations
Dickens' classic tale of an orphan named Pip reminds me how important it is to be nice to the people that we meet in life and in business.
A Christmas Carol
A love letter to my favorite holiday story, "A Christmas Carol", and how the Ghosts of the Past, Present, and Future can help us in web design.
Robots Under The Tree
My son wants a robot for Christmas. This year's yuletide-themed article looks at setting appropriate expectations for clients and Christmas lists.
Waiting for the Great Pumpkin
For my annual Halloween-themed article, I take a look at Linus' unwavering belief in the mythical Great Pumpkin and how similar it is to some of the companies I speak with about their outdated websites.
A Match Made in Tatooine
A tale of true love, Star Wars, and how finding the right match matters whether you are seeking good client relationships or a companion to a galaxy far, far away.
Of Tricks & Treats
A look at the similarities between awesome Halloween costumes and awesome browsers, and the treats that they each deserve to receive.

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