The design team at AWG has created long scrolling websites for several clients as well. Clients with older websites that are undergoing a redesign are sometimes apprehensive when we propose a long scrolling website.
Responsive Design Provides the Best User Experience
January 23rd, 2015
How can you enable your website visitors to find key information faster and easier? With so many different mobile devices and the increased use of Smartphones to access the web, it all comes down to responsive web design. Responsive design allows for site content to adapt and fit on almost any screen and device while providing visitors with an optimized user experience.
Designers and Developers Can Be Dynamic Duos Too
September 4th, 2014
History (and the movies) proves that Dynamic Duos can accomplish wondrous things. When each half brings their talents to the table it can be downright epic. But whether for songwriting, mystery solving, fighting evil or even creating websites, even the best Duos experience bumps in the road.
Does My Business Need a Mobile Website?
June 6th, 2014
Website visits from cellphones and tablets continue to outpace visits from desktops. This trend will continue for the foreseeable future. For small businesses, dealing with this change in audience behavior can be tricky. A mistake here could easily derail your company’s internet marketing strategy and make ranking for appropriate search terms much more difficult.
Is Parallax Web Design Good For SEO?
May 22nd, 2014
One of the latest and most popular trends in website design and development is Parallax Webdesign. In this article we're going to be taking a look parallax web design, some of it's pros and cons, and their impact on search engine optimization.
eCommerce Tips for Small Businesses
April 2nd, 2014
While Amazon.com may be the 800lb gorilla of online sales, that doesn't mean your small business can't sell things online. It also doesn't mean you should ignore your shopping cart or look for ways to make it better. In this post we'll take a look at some high level best practices and in the trenches tips and tricks to make your online shopping cart one of your strongest online assets.
Choose the Right CMS for Your Website
January 30th, 2014
One of the most important decisions to make when creating a website is which Content Management System (CMS) to build the site on. In this post we'll take a look at the pros and cons of the 3 most popular CMS's to help you choose the best one for your website.
How to Improve Your Small Business Website: Technical Changes
December 9th, 2013
Small business owners often don't know where to start when trying to improve their websites and increase the traffic they get from search engines like Google. In this post we'll be looking at some of the technical improvements small business owners can make that will have a big impact.
The Beauty of Responsive Web Design
March 27th, 2013
Take a look around and you’ll see that staving off boredom while waiting on line has turned from conversation to staring down at smart phones. Riding on a bus has gone from gazing out the window to focusing on an iPad. Queuing up media at home has gone from watching on VHS or DVD to playback via a web-connected media device.
Top 4 Web Design Trends for 2013
January 24th, 2013
Welcome to the latest installment of Web Design Trends! At the time of writing this (early 2013), Google Chrome is the only commonly used browser that supports the vast majority of new HTML5 features. If you are not viewing this page in Chrome, I highly suggest that you download it so you can fully experience all of the features I will be describing in this article. Alternately, you can use this link to run Github’s HTML5 test to check your browser’s compatibility.