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.
What happens when a web development company goes through a web redesign? Responsive design, better navigation, and a great new look.
Google has announced that HTTPS — HTTP Secure, or HTTP over Transport Layer Security — will be used as a ranking signal.
Every ecommerce website needs certain key elements in order to succeed. Here is more information from the experts at Infomedia.
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Want to turn your brick-and-mortar business into an ecommerce site, but don’t know where to start?
Although each project is different, there are some questions that relate to all sites.
Good photography can make the difference between the life and the death of your website.
No matter the medium, the final product will always make some kind of impression, and a website is no different.
What happens when you hate writing a blog? Don’t give up — we have 5 ways to make blog writing easier.
As you can imagine, getting that paycheck is really important — but that’s not the whole reason I’m here.
Successful projects only result when your industry expertise meets the digital expertise necessary to accomplish your online goals.
It’s great to love your logo and want it to be bigger and more prominent, but sometimes it’s actually better for your company if it stays small.
Joy’s home remodel has a lot in common with her work as a designer.
This week’s design conference inspires us to learn from other designers in order to create better work for our clients.
You know responsive makes your site function better, but did you know it could improve your search ranking?
Google Authorship allows us to have our pictures show up in search results. It’s pretty easy to set up. I’ll walk you through it.
Good content strategy tips can help anyone build and focus their blog better.
We’re already putting what we learned at WordCamp Birmingham to work for our clients.
It’s not enough to look good on a laptop. Web browsing now moves from our desktops to our laptops, from tablets to smartphones, and back again. Our clients know this revolution is here, but they don’t know what to do about it. Build a mobile App? Create a mobile website that customers can access from […]
We all know that designing for mobile is important. But how important? Check out this case study on how conversion rates were boosted after implementing a responsive design.
Your website can be more than a business card. It can provide a tangible return on investment. Make sure it does and don’t settle for less.
There’s a lot of work that goes into designing a website and it’s what you don’t see that is probably the most important.
A good CMS is only as good as the development team you have working on it.
There are a few essential items needed for any partnership to be successful: communication, trust, and respect.
The web is a content medium, and great photography is the easiest way to make a deep and lasting impression on users.
Make sure there will be enough benefit from adding them to your website to risk wading through the minefield.
The crispy cool in the air inspired me to collect some autumn inspiration from around the web, in my latest ’10 Things’.