Before you hire a digital agency to build your brand’s new website, it’s important to have an understanding of what you want and what your company needs. Also, what will all your needs and wants cost and can these be satisfied within your budget? Questions such as number of years in business and the pricing/payment... Read More
How Often Does an eCommerce Site Need to Be Redesigned?
June 11th, 2018
There are several ways to gauge if your eCommerce site needs a complete or partial overhaul. Perhaps metrics have been slipping recently, and these trends cannot be traced to search engine algorithm tweaks. The nature of the site is also a factor. What products are sold? Are these seasonal? Are they updated frequently such as... Read More
Why SEO Must Be Considered When Designing a New Website
February 22nd, 2018
Designers are used to having free rein when designing a new website. Historically, when a new site was launched, then and not before, the SEO Specialist would include tracking codes, titles and descriptions, redirects, and other back-end dynamics aimed to increase the site’s visibility on search engines. Over the past five years, however, the paradigm... Read More
Web Design Trends To Watch Out For
May 31st, 2017
Web design trends do and will continue to evolve as designers take strides in constantly out-doing themselves in an effort to stand out. In an act to break free from the standard of their competition, many designers are incorporating these practices for both aesthetic and strategic purposes.
5 Ways to Improve Your Landing Pages
September 8th, 2016
The key to having a successful website is landing page optimization, which encourages more conversions. There is always room for improvement when it comes to conversions, and here are some of our top ways to strengthen those numbers through landing page design. Improve My Landing Pages
How Material Design is Using Animations to Take Over Google Play
June 3rd, 2016
Google’s new design language, Material Design has received praise from just about every critic in the industry. By removing much of the unnecessary clutter we’re used to seeing, the flat, minimalist-like approach has proven to have a very clean and efficient look. Its grid-based layouts, responsive animations/transitions, and lighting/shadows have given both an aesthetic and... Read More
How to Take an Active Approach to Website Maintenance
October 6th, 2015
Websites are no longer allowed to be the “online business card” they once were. Instead, a company’s website is a living, breathing reflection of their business, and a poorly maintained website can have just as negative an impact on revenue as a run-down brick-and-mortar store would.
Amazing Logo Design
June 26th, 2015
Your logo is a visual representation of your company. It immediately identifies your brand, and can help convey a message of your choosing about your organization. It’s much more important than most people realize.
Reachability & Mobile Design
June 3rd, 2015
As designers, we would like to believe that users interacting with our work are providing their full attention, but we cannot deny the fact that they might be using their device passively. Whether our user is using their phone while simultaneously pushing a shopping cart, working out, or commuting via a crowded subway – we must design to assist their behaviors.
Breaking News: More searches performed on mobile devices vs. desktop computers
May 8th, 2015
We SEO’s have been waiting for this moment for about a year and a half. Google has officially confirmed that more searches occur on mobile devices than on computers in 10 countries, which include the US and Japan. Google also groups tablets like the iPad in with computers, so smartphone-generated searches are truly outclassing tablets, laptop computers, and desktop computers combined.