All Posts Categorized: Technical Questions
It feels like it’s on the forefront of everyone’s mind these days – how to engage visitors on your website while they’re using mobile devices. Apps are no longer limited to games, note-taking, to-do lists or email, but are being embraced by more and more companies as a way to communicate with customers while on…Keep Reading »
Web designers have one audience in mind when beginning a new web project. No, I’m not talking about our clients (sorry, guys). I mean the end user. The person who will sit on the “other side of the screen,” clicking through the information presented. It’s common sense that the end result should match up with…Keep Reading »
When efficiency is your middle name, promoting it for a client is that much easier.
It is about federating large amounts of information but still making it understandable in large quantities. I think most people aren’t getting the point of Google Buzz. Yes, right now it may seem annoying because everything is just popping up. People are asking “Doesn’t _______ already do this?” The answer is yes, but what Buzz…Keep Reading »
Does your website look amazingly slick and well designed but not perform exactly the way it’s supposed to? Does it look like a broken down site from the mid 90s and but yet function perfectly? Or does it look great AND do what it is supposed to? If you answered yes to question 3, you…Keep Reading »
Often times clients come to us and say they want their website to be “search engine optimized”. The site in question may have a lot of flash elements or image based text or bad markup. Which usually prompts me to give my long-winded spiel about how they might want to make their site “search engine…Keep Reading »