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November 12, 2014
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In part 1 we discussed the why’s, how’s and cost’s surrounding of a stress free website design project. In this article we will review the planning, marketing and post-launch data analysis aspects.

Website Planning

Planning as a process can be defined as the process of thinking before doing, which is why it is considered one of the most critical steps. If you are seeking the services of a professional web design firm, you’ll likely…

September 12, 2011

Technology is advancing at an incredible pace. For your business to remain competitive, it’s important to keep up with the latest developments. Did you know, for example, that the paper phone book is becoming obsolete? Mobile phones now have apps and navigation systems that allow people to search for a business by type or location with just a touch. And, according to Google, over 97% of people search for…

July 18, 2011

We have a lot of choices when it comes to fonts. Unfortunately, many of those choices do not work for dynamic website content. Why? Well, different web browsers and operating systems interpret those fonts in different ways. So, depending on what the viewer is using, your content could show up with visual glitches that otherwise would not be an issue. When creating content for the web, it’s best…

May 09, 2011

Landing pages are any web page where the primary goal is visitor conversion. For marketers, this usually means enticing visitors to take some sort of action, usually giving up an email address in exchange for premium information or freebie. After spending time, energy and budget on campaigns that drive traffic to your online offering, why would a landing page fail to convert? Landing pages…

April 11, 2011

Dozens of reasons exist on why you may require a website redesign. If you’re not an IT person, you may not even realize that your website needs one. Learn how to check whether or not it’s time to change the layout of your website…

First of all, browse other websites and determine if their website design looks more stylish than yours. Aesthetics is a very important aspect of a website,…

February 28, 2011

WordPress is arguably the most commonly used open source content management platform used today. It is such a convenient and easy CMS that users of this platform rarely switch over to other types of CMS. A person, who has little knowledge of websites can easily work with WordPress. The structure of the CMS is that simple.

There are several factors that make WordPress a great content management solution:

User Friendly

The…

February 23, 2011

Our next article installment isn’t due out until Monday, but with the release of WordPress 3.1, we thought it important to immediately write about the new features should any clients run the update. This article will not go over the ins and outs of the update, only the changes that directly effect our clients. If you’d like to learn about all of the changes made, please visit…

January 24, 2011

We have noticed over the past several months several viewers of our websites are using the outdated, unsupported, insecure Internet Explorer 6. This begs us to ask the question…Why?

Internet Explorer 6, the default browser shipped with Windows XP Professional, has been rated as one of the worst tech products of all-time. IE6 was replaced with the more secure Internet Explorer 7 in October 2006. IE7 was replaced…