Show off your city’s perks and services with a well-made website.
Show off your city’s perks and services with a well-made website.
Keep your customers in-the-know and set yourself apart from competition by building a great website for your coffee shop.
Give parents of potential students and current students peace of mind by making your school an organized and efficient site.
Brewing is an ancient tradition, but that doesn’t mean your brewery business can skirt by without a website. Keep your customers in-the-know about everything from events to food truck schedules with a site tailored for your brewery’s needs.
Is your mobile site helping or hindering?
Is your site impacted by Google Maps changes?
From modern art to models of the space system, museums hold wonders that educate and inspire visitors. But sometimes that wonder is lost in translation to the web. Learn how to highlight your museum’s greatest features, and gain more visitors, with our advice on building the best website possible.
Keep your patients happy and boost your radiology business’s reach by designing a website that includes these four “must have” features.
First impressions matter when it comes to patient care. Start things off on the right foot with a reliable and user-friendly website that includes the five features our team describes as “must haves”.
One of the first things Infomedia clients do is attend a Kickoff meeting. Learn below exactly what to expect, who you’ll be meeting and which information to bring along.
Your church may be viewed as welcoming and helpful, but is your website seen the same way? Don’t let an outdated design turn away potential visitors and frustrate churchgoers and congregants. Learn the four must-have elements to create a successful website for places of worship.
From food-ordering apps to digital table reservations, the culinary industry has been changed by technology and it will benefit restaurants (and their websites) to keep up-to-date on the latest innovations.
Now that the champagne and sparklers are put away, resolution season has begun — but why limit the makeover to the kitchen and gym when your website could use a reboot, too?
User testing is exactly what it sounds like — having a user “test” your website and report back how easy or difficult it was to navigate. So … is it worth it?
Google Analytics is an incredible tool that helps you know if your website is working as it should — but how do you know if you have it?
Toward the beginning of our web design process at Infomedia, we create a site map for your new website — this functions as a kind of outline, or plan, for the way your future site is organized.
At Infomedia, we love to work with non-profit organizations. There’s nothing better than helping someone else do good, and we’ve been honored to work with so many organizations that we believe in. We’ve been building websites for non-profits for over 20 years, so we thought we’d share feedback on what works for a non-profit website … and what doesn’t.
Near the end of 2016, we decided to reevaluate how our website was working for us. We’re a web development company, so you’d think that would mean we’d be great at updating our site; but sometimes, it’s hard to practice what you preach, and even though we help clients improve their websites every day, it was hard for us to the same to ours.
How do customers feel when they use your website — do they find what they need, or do they get frustrated and leave without purchasing or finding the information they want? Our scorecard helps you evaluate common website frustrations so you can avoid them.
SEO isn’t a magic bullet and four leaf clovers aren’t actually lucky, but these tips from Infomedia in Birmingham, AL about using SEO for your e-commerce website just may bring you some extra sales and a lucky pot of gold.
When it comes to choosing professional website design for your business, you have lots of options: The Internet puts the world at your fingertips (pretty much literally) … so why pick one that’s close to home?
Building a website is a big undertaking that requires big trust, so choosing a company that uses secure CMS like WordPress makes a huge difference in your success. See why WordPress is the choice of companies like Forbes, Best Buy, The New York Times, and Infomedia!
January is peak time for talking about new web trends, but what are the trends that actually work? We’ve sorted through the 2016 web design changes and found the very best ideas for your business. Our Infomedia designers took a look at what’s here to stay (like Responsive Design) and what’s inspiring us in 2016.
Is your website poisoning your business? If you want your site to drive customers to your business, you’ll need to follow a few key rules. Luckily, they’re simple, and we can help.
Over the years, you’ve heard a lot from us here at Infomedia about responsive design and mobile Apps. Google is pushing responsive design hard now, and so are we — but how is responsive design better than a mobile App, and why should your company invest in making your website responsive?
When Google makes an announcement, you need to pay attention! Google has given webmasters over a month’s notice to follow their new guidelines for mobile friendliness. They announced that on April, 21 (which is next Tuesday) that mobile search engine results will weigh more heavily on your site being mobile friendly. This means that your site NEEDS […]
When Google makes an announcement, you need to pay attention. Google is giving webmasters over a months notice to follow their new guidelines in mobile friendliness. They announced that on April, 21 the mobile search engine results will weigh more heavily on your site being mobile friendly. How to know if you’re ready Google has […]
In some ways, making a commitment to the company that will handle your business-to-business solutions can be similar to moving forward in your relationship — deciding on a B2B partner takes careful evaluation, critical thinking, comparing and contrasting of other suitors (as well as many other factors), and it’s important to choose a company that understands the particular needs of B2B clients and has lots of experience handling them. Looking for your B2B soulmate? Here’s what to look for.
So January is kind of a bland and boring month. If it was a person it’d be Charlie Brown, if he was first magically transformed from a cartoon to a human. Kind of a waste of magic, but whatever.
There isn’t one huge, overarching theme to the month like Christmas for December or my birthday for February (the 15th, save gift ideas for the comment section). On the one hand, that makes it difficult to write a cohesive post for the month. On the other hand, deadlines exist. So here are the most relevant things you can do with your website before the Tyler’s Birthday Season rush starts next month.