When Opinion Does and Doesn't Matter to Your Website's Success

Posted by Randy Smith on Mar 23, 2017 10:55:00 AM

Whose opinion?
Your opinion.

That sounds harsh…let us back up. You see, we build websites all the time for discerning small- and medium-sized business clients. We get it. Your website is the first introduction a lot of your customers have to your brand and acts as your face on the web. You want to get it right.

Good news: So do we!

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Topics: Web Design, Web Development

How Often Should You Update Your Website?

Posted by Randy Smith on Jan 26, 2017 9:24:00 AM

If we had a nickel for every time we heard…
“But I just updated my website two years ago! I paid that college student an arm and a leg to update my site for me…why in the world do I need to do it again?!”

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Topics: Web Development

3 Ways You Can Help Your Web Project Finish on Time

Posted by Alex Kastanas on Sep 28, 2016 10:05:00 AM

We hear it all the time from our new clients:

“We just hate working with creatives! They’re always so…behind. Hopefully you guys will stick to the deadlines!”

The good news? We will! The bad news? We need your help.

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Topics: Web Development

3 Reasons Why Your Opinion Does Not Matter in Your Company’s Website Design

Posted by Randy Smith on Mar 7, 2016 4:38:41 PM

That’s right. Your opinion doesn’t matter when it comes to your company’s new website. Whatever your personal preferences are in regards to colors, fonts, design styles, imagery, video usage, etc. – throw them out the window! 

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Topics: Web Design, Web Development

Everything You Need to Know About Claiming Domains & Hosting Your Website

Posted by Randy Smith on Mar 3, 2016 10:21:30 AM

Before we talk about reserving your desired domain name, let’s establish what a domain name is.

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Topics: Web Design, Web Development

3 Reasons Designers Should Learn to Code: PHP

Posted by Alex Kastanas on Oct 16, 2015 4:13:06 PM

1. Becoming a True Unicorn

First, you took your design skills and brought them to the code world through HTML & CSS. Then, you took your skills in designing for the web and learned how to create on page functionality through JavaScript, the most widely used programming language for the web. Now, you’re wanting to take your front end skills to the back end of development with PHP to become a true unicorn.

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Topics: Web Design, Web Development

3 Reasons Designers Should Learn to Code: JavaScript (or at least jQuery)

Posted by Alex Kastanas on Aug 28, 2015 9:34:45 AM

JavaScript is a little bit more difficult of a coding language to learn than HTML and CSS, but just as necessary in understanding how websites function when designing for mobile, tablet and desktop. Plus, as a programming language, it is the easiest one to learn!

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Topics: Coding, Web Design, Web Development

3 Reasons Designers Should Learn to Code: HTML & CSS

Posted by Alex Kastanas on Jul 24, 2015 3:18:29 PM

Learning to code is no easy task. It takes time, persistence and commitment. Learning to code in HTML & CSS will open the doors for opportunity and improved design. Here are three tips to get you started!

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Topics: Coding, Web Design, Web Development