Blog: Web Design

5 Web Design Tips for Startups

5 Web Design Tips for Startups One bridge every startup has to cross is how to get a website up and running. Most startups are on a shoestring budget, looking for any way to reduce expenses and may be considering the most cost-effective way to get their website built. After being in the web design […]

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Three Reasons Not to Hire Family or Friends to Build Your Website

As a business owner, your budget is a huge priority and deciding where to spend and where to cut costs is a never-ending process. Building a website and developing a marketing strategy may seem like an easy task, but there are many things to consider before making that decision. Your business reputation is an important […]

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The Five Hottest Trends in Minimalist Web Design

The web is constantly changing in technology, functionality, and design, and keeping up with the newest trends is what we love! The web looks and functions completely different than it did even just five years ago and staying current with the newest design trends will help your business compete in an ever-changing landscape. The greatest […]

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Say Goodbye to These 6 Web Design Trends

As technology continues to evolve, the only thing you can count on is continuous change in web design trends. Demands for better user experience increases with better technology and newer devices being used to view websites. As a business owner, it’s important to remember that your website is your first sales pitch, and keeping the […]

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Why SEO & Web Design Need to be Done Simultaneously

Search engine optimization (SEO) tends to be an afterthought for most companies when they launch a new website or website redesign. Many of our clients want to think about SEO after the site is up and running usually because they don’t understand the importance that one has on the other. SEO used to be thought […]

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Don’t Lose Customers with an Unfriendly Mobile Site!

The number of Google searches being conducted on mobile devices is growing rapidly, and having a mobile-friendly website is no longer an option for businesses to compete. To satisfy user demand, Google started omitting websites from search results if they are not mobile-friendly on April 21, 2015. This means your company’s website is not even […]

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Understanding Search Intent

When working with an SEO expert, it’s important to consider search intent during the keyword research phase of your plan. When users search for something on Google, Google provides the best possible results it can based on what it determines the user’s intent was. Some users will begin their search fairly vague, but if Google […]

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How to Keep Visitors on Your Website

Your website is the face of your company, and your very first sales pitch which is why it should be a top priority. What does your website say about your business? Does it engage your visitors in a way that entices them to stay and learn more? Or do your website visitors have to search […]

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Building Trust Through Your Website’s About Page

Building a new website can be a lot of fun, especially when you’re working with a great team of web designers who can guide you each step of the way. But it always seems to get a little awkward for small businesses when it’s time to work on the about page. Some people feel uncomfortable […]

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Guiding Your Customers Through the Buying Cycle on Your Ecommerce Website

The buying cycle is the process that customers go through to make a purchase. It starts with the customer becoming aware of a problem and needing to find a solution, then looking for and considering all their options, and finally making the purchase. The Internet makes it very easy for shoppers to do their homework […]

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