Hidden website problems revealed

November 18, 2009

Jim Huber, owner of Huberspace Web Design, presented to the Loudoun Network Alliance (LNA) on hidden Web site problems. His presentation, "Hiding in Plain Sight" showed problems that often go unnoticed by the website owners or Web designers, but are very real.

Jim identifies multiple problems on the Web page of a professionally developed website.

Screenshot of gibberish that appears on Twitter in Firefox, as seen on many computers. (Not shown: audience in shock)

Trio of Testimonials

"It illustrates again just how knowledgeable Jim is. He treats this as his craft and every time he does a presentation, I get something else out of it. You can just see how passionate he is about his line of work and he really is the guy you want to go to if you need help with a Web design."
Matt Romans
Certified SuperSlow Instructor at SuperSlow Zone

"Jim has a great sense of humor. He also pointed out some great facts and the inconsistencies of the Web and things you don't pay attention to. And that's what separates the professionals from the amateurs."
Denis Fahie
Long & Foster, Ashburn

"I though Jim's presentation was fantastic from the stand point that it opens your eyes about how much there really is to know about getting your money's worth out of a website. And to be able to have access to Jim's expertise in that area would be invaluable from the standpoint of how your website is presented to your potential clients."
Linda Black, ChFC, CRPC
Life Mark Securities Corp.

The LNA is a Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce networking group, which meets the first and third Wednesday of every month at 11:30am, at the Dock Restaurant in Lansdowne, VA.

There were 18 people in attendance.

Photos by Bev Barker, Insights Marketing News.

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