About Peter Vigilante

Peter Vigilante has over ten years of experience in the Multimedia industry. The spark for knowledge and a more thorough understanding of technology started when he graduated with a diploma in 3D Animation. Since then, Peter Vigilante has constantly pushed himself to become an expert in his field and this passion has lead him to work in graphic design, website design and website development through his own small business. Peter has been with the GDWD program as a Lead Instructor for the past four years.

All posts by Peter Vigilante

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    Readability in Web Design

    Web designer Kezz Bracey of Polygonix, suggests a “Content First” and “Device Agnostic” approach to web design, originally inspired by the typography focused em based “Goldilocks Approach”, proposing a “Readability First” approach. The here are some of the features resulting from this approach.

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    Web Design: FurGlory

    Last week I was tasked with quickly getting the FurGlory website up and running and ready to sell product before the airing of the Dragon’s Den episode. The whole project took only a matter of hours over the course of a few days. Here’s the result.

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    Meta Tags: Revision

    The purpose of the meta tag revised is to make available the last time you made a change to your web page. That way web crawlers can decide if there is any reason to save a new copy or update their index.

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    Meta Tags: Subject

    The purpose of the meta tag subject is to provide search engine web crawlers with a short phrase that describes the topic of your web page. That way when someone searches for one of the words or phrases you included in the meta tag subject your web page will show up somewhere in the results.