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Above the Fold: Understanding the Principles of Successful Web Site Design

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Aside from html, css, and dreamweaver, what else are the factors to be a successful web designer?

Question by Jo: Aside from html, css, and dreamweaver, what else are the factors to be a successful web designer?
I have undergone training in html, css and dreamweaver.

Aside from html, css, and dreamweaver, what else are the factors to be a successful web designer?
I really want to be an indemand web desighner that only works from home and acquire a lot of money

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To add functionality to your website I would recommend looking into Javascript and then PHP. Also, you might also want to look into SEO to get your site ranked on search engines.

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The Right Ingredients: How to Turn Your Love of Food and Drink into a Successful Business

The Right Ingredients: How to Turn Your Love of Food and Drink into a Successful Business
Event on 2011-10-01 15:00:00

Saturday, October 1, 3-6 p.m.

Presented by Speak Simple Series and DIY Business Association at Dekalb Market

Dekalb Market, 332 Flatbush Avenue Extension, Brooklyn, New York

3-3:15 p.m.

Siggi Hilmarsson (Founder and CEO, The Nordic Milk & Skyr Corp.) Tells His Story

Dissatisfied in his corporate job, homesick, and hungry for skyr (the thick, not-too-sugary, protein-packed yogurt of his native Iceland), Siggi Hilmarsson decided to make it himself. Through trial and error, he developed the recipe at home and started giving away samples in 2005. Siggi's Skyr yogurt has since developed a cult following at Whole Foods and other retailers, and the company now employs 10 people. Hilmarsson will begin The Right Ingredients by sharing his inspiring story of his company's growth, fueled by passion, focus, and a knack for creating the right product for the time and place. Read more about Siggi Hilmarsson in "The Sugar Made Him Do It" on Inc.com.

3:15-4 p.m.

Panel 1: How to Build a Strong and Sustainable Brand

Featuring:

• Melissa Clark, New York Times food columnist and cookbook author

• Steve Hindy, President and Co-Founder of Brooklyn Brewery

• Cathy Erway, Blogger, Author, and Radio Personality, Not Eating Out in New York

• Moderator: Cara Cannella, Talk Simple Series Founder

Join us for an intimate conversation about how to build your brand from begin to success. Our panelists will share their experiences and give you the tools you need to build a sustainable career in a demanding and competitive field. We'll cover these questions and more:

· How do I find and focus on a niche?

· How do I craft and communicate a clear, concise, and recognizable message to my audience?

· How do I build a reputation through advertising, media, and word-of-mouth?

· How do I sustain growth while maintaining calibre and authenticity?

4-4:45 p.m.

Panel 2: Low-Cost and Attention-Grabbing Ways to Get Your Business Off the Ground

Featuring:

• Bryan Petroff and Doug Quint, Founders of Huge Gay Ice Cream Truck and Huge Gay Ice Cream shop

• David Carrell, Cofounder of People's Pops

• Rich Awn, Founder of Market Share, a shared-use commercial kitchen and market coming soon to Dekalb Market and Greenpoint, Brooklyn

• Moderator: Cara Cannella, Founder of Talk Simple Series

This panel will explore how the New York City food and beverage market has changed in current years and how entrepreneurs can adapt in order to capitalize on new opportunities. Specifically, we'll answer these questions:

· How to reach customers without investing in a traditional storefront?

· What are the benefits and challenges of various alternatives-from food trucks and flea markets to pop-up shops to retail shipping containers?

· How to manage logistics, from permits to insurance to meeting health and country requirements? Where to find, park, and store a food truck?

· How to lower begin costs through use of collaborative commercial kitchens?

· How much financing do you need to get started, and how do you obtain it?

· How to cultivate a loyal customer base through social media?

· How to expand your business and build a profit through events and catering?

4:45-5:15 p.m.

Shipping Containers Come to Life: A Walking Tour

The proprietors of two Dekalb Market vendors, Cuzin's Duzins and Mazie's Bites, will speak briefly about how their businesses operate, followed by a travel tour of the market.

• Chef Shana Silas, Founder of Mazie's Bites, international soul-food container at Dekalb Market

• Todd Jones, Founder of Cuzin's Duzins

5:15-6 p.m.

Networking Reception

Bios!

SIGGI HILMARSSON is the founder of Siggi's Yogurt. He grew up in Reykjavík, Iceland, but in his mid-twenties got restless and moved to New York for graduate school. After reluctantly flirting with a corporate career, he set out to produce some skyr, the thick, strained yogurt that was a staple of his diet in Iceland. Having found the yogurt selection in American grocery much too sweet for his tastes, he resolved to make his own skyr yogurt low in sugar. Despite this handicap, the skyr found some followers at first in New York, but has since gained a slight following nationwide. Recently Hilmarsson also started making filmjolk, a Swedish style drinkable yogurt. Aside from his understandable enthusiasm for coagulation and understated typography, Hilmarsson enjoys reading and avoiding traffic. The entrepreneur will share his inspirational story in an opening speak at "The Right Ingredients." Click here to read an Inc. interview called "The Sugar Made Him Do It." Siggi's on Facebook

Throughout their years living in New York City, DOUGLAS QUINT and BRYAN PETROFF had always focused on their respective careers-until they got themselves a Big Gay Ice Cream Truck, which debuted in June 2009 at Brooklyn Pride. With a playful attitude, they spin a new take on old-school soft-serve by creating fun and one-of-a-kind cover cream toppings and frozen treats. The pair have been featured on The Rachel Ray Show and programs on the Cooking Channel, Sundance Channel, and Food Network. Currently, the truck is on the streets of New York for its third season, and in summer 2011, the Huge Gay Ice Cream Shop opened in the heart of the East Village, bringing rainbow sprinkles and caramelized bacon cover cream sandwiches to cover cream lovers year-round. With this expansion, Quint and Petroff have rechristened the company Huge Gay Ice Cream to encompass all of its ventures. @BigGayIceCream

STEPHEN HINDY is Founder, Chairman, and President of The Brooklyn Brewery, one of America's top 25 breweries. A former journalist, he became interested in home-brewing while serving as a Beirut-based Middle East Correspondent for The Associated Press. Back in the says as Newsday's assistant foreign editor in 1988, he began brewing his own beer and persuaded his neighbor, banker Tom Potter, they should quit their jobs and begin a brewery. Hindy is a member of the Board of Directors of the Beer Institute and The Brewers Association. He is a director of Brooklyn's Prospect Park Alliance, chairman of the Open Space Alliance for North Brooklyn, former chair of Brooklyn's Tourism Consortium, and a former member of Community Board 1. Hindy also serves on the Board of Transportation Alternatives. He lives in Brooklyn with his wife, Ellen, principal of Intermediate School 89 in Manhattan. With Potter, Hindy co-authored BEER SCHOOL: Bottling Success at the Brooklyn Brewery, Foreword by New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, published by John Wiley & Sons. @BrooklynBrewery

MELISSA CLARK is a saint Beard Foundation honor winner, writes about cuisine, wine, and travel for numerous publications, including the New York Times (for which she writes the enormously favourite "A Good Appetite" Dining Section column), Bon Appétit, Food & Wine, Martha Stewart, and the website Gilt Taste. Her work has also appeared in Best Food Writing 2007, and she's a regular guest on The Cooking Channel's hit show Foodography. Clark has written 32 cookbooks, including Braise with justice Boulud; The Last Course with former Gramercy Tavern pastry chef Claudia Fleming; The Deen Family Cookbook with Paula Deen; and The Skinny: How to Fit into Your Tiny Black Dress Forever. Clark was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, where she now lives with her husband and daughter. @goodappetite

CATHY ERWAY has written about food, farming, and green living at The Huffington Post, Saveur, and Edible Brooklyn. Begun in 2006, her blog Not Eating Out in New York has received numerous honors, including being chosen in the "Top 50 Food Blogs in the World" by the Times UK in 2009. Erway has been featured in Newsweek, Glamour, Shape, and Martha Stewart Living magazines, and Erway has prefabricated numerous TV and broadcasting appearances, including Good Day New York and WNYC's The Brian Lehrer Show ("Crowdsourcing: Lunch"). Erway hosts the weekly speak broadcasting show podcast, "Let's Eat In," on Heritage Radio Network, where she has interviewed guests such as Julie & Julia author Julie Powell and How to Cook Everything writer Mark Bittman on all things home-cooked. Erway is a co-founder and curator of the Hungry Filmmakers food documentary screening and discussion series, and has co-hosted numerous fundraisers for the local nonprofits Just Food and Slow Food NYC. She lives, writes, cooks, and grows in Brooklyn. @cathyerway

Moderator: CARA CANNELLA, founder of Speak Easy: Conversations with Artists & Entrepreneurs, is an endlessly curious interviewer who brings her journalistic talents to the stage for the moderated live series. She has written for The Huffington Post, The Boston Globe, Inc., AOL Small Business, 3rdWard.com, The L Magazine, and Edible Communities and has worked with Vanity Fair, The Atlantic Monthly, LIVE from the NYPL (New York Public Library), and BAM (Brooklyn Academy of Music). @speakeasyseries

SHANA SILAS is chef and owner of Mazies.com, a food enterprise offering international soul dishes. Mazie's mission is to revive the wholesome veggie-centric culinary traditions of soul food while taking your palate on an international journey through Africa, all crossways the Americas, and the Caribbean.Mazies.com has three arms: catering and events, mobile meals, and Mazie's Bites at Dekalb Marketin Brooklyn, New York. Mazie's Bites is one of a number of "food shipping containers" at Dekalb Market that's open seven days a week. With a background in information technology, Silas previously worked for IBM, Kellogg's, and Hewlett-Packard. As a passionate foodie, Chef Shana got her begin cooking for family and friends, which led to invitations to host and cook for social gatherings. She took her hobby to the next level and studied professionally at Le Cordon Bleu in Chicago. In 2009, after winning various cook-offs, Chef Shana prefabricated a career change from IT to chef. To help spread the news and excitement for her career change, Chef Shana launched www.chefshana.tv, a regular dinner blog with more than 1,300 Facebook fans in its first month of launching. Chef Shana also founded www.undergroundfoodies.com, a project that combined her passion for food and her years of experience in IT in one concept-it's an online social network giving foodies the power to connect, share, and host underground supper clubs.

TODD L. JONES is the founder of Cuzin's Duzin, selling his famous mini doughnuts in a Dekalb Market shipping container. Cuzin's Duzin has been featured in Bakers Digest, Franchise Times, The Daily News, and The New York Times. Cuzin's Duzin is affiliated with the National Association of Concessionaires and the Retail Bakery Association. Cuzin's Duzin on Facebook

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138 Willoughby Street
Brooklyn, United States

Web Wise: A Simplified Management Guide for Development of a Successful Web Site

Web Wise: A Simplified Management Guide for Development of a Successful Web Site


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