In the past month, many of us have experienced big changes in how we do business in response to the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic. If you’re making a special effort to protect your employees, customers, and community during the pandemic, it’s important to keep people informed about the adjustments you’re making. We know that
In the world of search engine optimization (SEO), you may hear the old adage, “Content is King” from time to time. While the words on the page are still an important aspect of ranking in search, the look of your site (design) and function (web development) also play a significant role in how Google ranks
You probably know a good website when you see one, but most people don’t know how the design of a website impacts its business. Good web design can actually mean the difference between a potential client and an actual client, so investing in professional web design can really pay off.
Do you remember Mobilegeddon? The day Google declared its search algorithm would now give priority in search rankings to websites that were designed to be mobile friendly. The first time you used a smartphone to look at a website, you were likely viewing at a desktop webpage that was tiny. This was not an ideal
You have likely seen one or more of the acronyms like CSS, HTML, SQL, and PHP or heard someone talking about Java or Python. To start with, these strings of letters actually have some meaning in web development, Java isn’t coffee, and Python is not the snake. Each of these languages performs an essential function
If you have a business website, you’ve likely heard of web development, and you may feel like you’re starting to get a good grasp on what exactly that is. Then, you start hearing people talking about “frontend” and “backend” development. Suddenly, you’re feeling a little confused again, and that’s understandable. Luckily, it’s not actually that
In recent years, more and more websites are offering personalized content for their users. Whether your website includes recommended purchases or client reviews, you may want to consider using a database to keep the information up to date. In this blog, we take a closer look at database driven web design and how it can
Not designing online business experiences with the end user’s needs in mind is one of the most significant errors that businesses (of all sizes) are making. Studies indicate that you have not minutes but seconds to catch a user’s attention, give them the information they came to your site for and encourage them to take