Halloween themed blog articles written by Jeremy Girard, Rhode Island based web designer

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My writings here on Pumpkin-King.com that have something to do with my 2nd favorite holiday - Halloween.

The Halloween Box
Existing resources can be helpful in both web design and Halloween costuming, but sometimes you need to break away from established conventions and try something new.
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.
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.
The House at the End of My Street
Growing up, Halloween was a big deal in our neighborhood and there was one house that went so far above and beyond that it became a legend for trick-or-treaters.
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unwavering belief in the mythical Great Pumpkin and how similar it is to some of the companies I speak with about their outdated websites.
In Disguise
For my annual Halloween themed article, I wonder why so many companies want to wear a mask on their website instead of being real.
Of Tricks & Treats
A look at the similarities between awesome Halloween costumes and awesome browsers, and the treats that they each deserve to receive.
Product of the Environment
Appropriate design can help make great content event better, evidenced by the Jack-o-Lantern Spectacular’s 2009 return to familiar surroundings.

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