- A website whose design is a neck-bolted marvel of inconsistent typography, clichéd imagery, and a ‘style’ that can only be described as lame
- A website whose content is so badly written it’s only coherent message is a plea to be put out of its misery
- A website that gives Google the #rankenfright and that the Linkerati only – and reluctantly – link to as an example of something gone horribly wrong
- A website so hideously unresponsive no amount of tablets could bring it back to life
- A website you can’t let go because you have put your heart and soul into it and consider it ‘your baby’
What Victor Frankenstein can teach you about reaching Website Perfection.
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“Look! It’s moving. It’s alive. It’s alive.”
We’ve all seen them ...
And not just the lumbering old dinosaurs that take an age to load and defy any known laws of mobile usability.
Even the New-beast-on-the-block start-up sites can make the hairs on the back of your neck stand up with their ship-it first tinker later immaturity ...
Give your creation “LIFE!”
Sure, you have to ship. ‘It’s alive! Alive!’ And very often you can roll out the crash-cart to adapt on the fly.
Here are 27 simple, effective, Tesla coil free checklist ideas you can do to bring a Frankensite back from the walking dead or avoid shipping a monster all together.