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There has been much talk about the upcoming algorithm change Google is rolling out in late April, 2015. The latest change Google will be putting into affect has to do with websites that are not optimized for mobile. By definition, sites that are “optimized by mobile” means that they have either a dedicated mobile version…

Continue Reading Google’s Mobile Algorithm Update

I was meeting with a client a few days ago, and he reminded me of how significant Google local places & Google reviews are for his businesses ranking in organic searches on Google. For those who are not aware, Google local places is the section of Google where you can manage your business’s map listing,…

Continue Reading The Impact of Google Reviews with Organic Search

You’ll notice a consistent theme in modern web design nowadays. Start small, and dive deeper….. Most websites today are designed with the focus of marketing a certain product or service. The intention however, has shifted from years prior. Your home page presents the most value and potential for gathering your client’s attention and pushing them…

Continue Reading Your Home Page – A Focus on Simplicity

The Most Comprehensive Guide for Creating Your “About” Page The “about us” page on your website is traditionally created to serve a specific purpose to potential customers and clients. You may think that many of your visitors aren’t concerned about your team or who runs the company behind the scenes. However, more than ever before,…

Continue Reading The Most Comprehensive Guide for Creating Your “About” Page

Depending on the size of the web design business you hire to help with your website, you’ll either fall into 2 categories. 1. Working with 1 person from beginning to end, or 2. Working with someone on the design of your site, and someone on the development portion. Either way, web designers today need to…

Continue Reading Design centered on Development

Clients hire professional web designers and developers to help them build a 1st-class website. Afterall, when you hire a professional, you are trusting them to provide the best work possible that accurately portrays your marketing message for your business. Design & Development go hand in hand when planning out a new web project, it’s objectives,…

Continue Reading Including Your Clients in the Design Process

Often times, some of the most basic and fundamental web design elements go missing in many sites. Most of these older sites lack the proper navigation to help navigate the visitor through the website effectively. Today in 2014, modern web design focuses heavily on usability for the end user, whether they are viewing the site…

Continue Reading Creating A Roadmap Through Your Site

Nowadays, you the business owner have tons of options with how you want your website built, what you want it to look like, overall functionality and goals for the site, etc. With all of these choices presented in front of you, there’s always one thing that’s certain. It will always start with the conceptual design….

Continue Reading Distinguishing “custom” when it comes to web design

The “about us” page on your website is traditionally created to serve a specific purpose to potential customers and clients. This page should give your audience a brief introduction to the people running the business, maybe touch on some personal information, as well as act as a hub for displaying contact information. Let’s take a…

Continue Reading Back to Basics: Improving your “About” Page

When building your own website or hiring a professional to do the job for you, there are many necessities to providing your viewers with a professional looking website. Not just the design, but the usability of your website is extremely important in being effective to your potential customers. In other words, there are a few…

Continue Reading Back to Basics: Website Contact Information

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