Website Redesign

Does Your Website Need a Redesign?


First impressions matter. Especially when potential customers are visiting your website. Your prospective customers will start making assumptions about your organization at the first glance of your website. If you have an unappealing user interface, a slow load time, or poor navigation, they will likely immediately leave your website in
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Responsive Branding

Is Your Branding Flexible Enough?


Brand consistency has never been more important for a company in today’s market. Although you may have an excellent grasp on your own brand have you considered how it is being represented across different contexts? Are users frustrated when viewing your website on different devices because it’s not responsive or
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Mobile-friendly

Website Not Mobile-Friendly? Chances are, Your Competitors are Stealing Your Traffic


57% of people will not recommend a company with a poorly designed mobile website. And 40% have gone to a competitor’s website after a poor mobile experience says Google. But let’s not get ahead of ourselves. That’s assuming users can even find your website. Have you checked your mobile search
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Collection of Windows 8 (Metro) Web Resources


While we strongly recommend Microsoft partners establish their own brand instead of mimicking Microsoft there are certainly instances where developing a Microsoft themed landing page or micro-site is appropriate. To kickstart your Windows 8 style HTML/CSS development I’ve collected a few resources: (more…)

The Year of the Responsive Web Site


One of the major trends for 2012 in web design is the use of ‘Responsive Web Design’. It will be the key phrase of the year for web designers and developers. As more and more devices like tablets, smartphones, and monitors utilize web applications, having a Responsive Website is, and
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Call To Action Points


Everyone on the Internet nowadays have very little patience. You want to get your message across right away to your audience. You want them to find things quickly and we should design sites to aid them. One of the most important ways to do this is with various call to
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Best Practices Designing Emails


In the last few months, most of design time has consisted of designing HTML email for our clients and ourselves. Whoever predicted that email was going the way of the dinosaurs couldn’t be more wrong. At this point, after many rounds of trial and error, I’d like to think I
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