Businesses want to know the secret to having the most successful website. It's simple: make it easy for your visitors to do what they need to do. Read an example from the non-profit St. Baldrick's and how you can apply it to your business.
Clients are often frustrated when they discover that they must continue to spend money to keep their new website up to date or make additional changes after making a large investment in a website redesign.
Internet security is a necessity when it comes to personal information. Users who feel like their information is being taken care of in a responsible and secure way will have more trust in a website.
RSS or Real Simple Syndication is a tool for content publishers to reach a wider audience easily. It also allows the end-user the ability to receive the information they are looking for faster without
The web is a fluid medium. What I mean by that is, your website changes to fit the size and shape of whatever device it is being displayed on. As technology advances and our screens get smaller (and larger) and our toasters get smarter, it’s no longer safe to assume your visitors are seeing your website exactly as you are.
Sometimes we have to say no when a client proposes an idea for an addition or change to a website. Here are some things we generally say no to, and why.