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Two Creative Web Developers Working In Studio
What Can a Professional Web Developer Do? Can I DIY my website? These days it’s easy to find a low-cost option for your website if you are willing to build it yourself. But to have a beautiful, professional-looking website that will meet your business’s needs, you need a professional web developer and designer. But why?...
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Business Coworkers Consulting by a Computer
One of the questions we always get from potential customers is, “How long will it take to build my site?” It can be a tough one to answer until we do some deeper digging. A website is never one-size-fits-all. Some take as little as six weeks, while others take up to 24 months. Today we...
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Accessibility By Design
This past month, we’ve been highlighting a few of the web development trends that you’ll see more of in 2020. The trend we are looking at in this article is one that you experience as a website user, rather than see web accessibility. Web accessibility ensures there are no barriers that prevent interaction with, or...
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Typography Trends For 2020 Website Design
Good web design combines several components to create a mood and call to mind memories and associations. One of these components is typography. Typography is the balance and interplay of letterforms on the page (or the screen).  It is a verbal and visual equation involving the meaning of the words with typefaces, point sizes, line...
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Creative Design Trends
This month, we are looking at some of the web design trends for 2020. In this article, we will focus on the visual design aspects of websites. “The 10,000 foot-view of these trends makes it clear that ‘web’ design looks more like traditional ‘graphic’ or ‘print’ design than ever. The amount of flexibility that designers...
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Heroes are one of the biggest website trends of 2020. They can help you make a powerful first impression. Not a superhero—a website hero! A hero is the first thing a user encounters on the homepage of a website. It usually takes up most of the screen space and has a minimal amount of text...
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Potential customers that visit your website won’t waste their time on poor design. In fact, it only takes 0.05 seconds for users to form an opinion about whether they’ll stay on your website or go. Even if you get past those milliseconds, 38% of people will stop engaging with a website if the content or...
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Mailchimp website
If one thing is certain, it’s this: good business starts with a great first impression. And nowadays, most of your customers are learning about you for the first time online. One of the best ways to leave a lasting impression is through compelling, inspiring and powerful website design—the type of design that you can’t forget....
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Web Development
One trend that really took off in 2018 was improved mobile friendliness because frankly, it was necessary. A report from BrightEdge in 2017 showed 57 percent of traffic among its clients were coming from smartphones and in other categories and demographics, the numbers were considerably higher for mobile as well (https://selnd.com/2HFwzha). With the world becoming...
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Paper Version of a search engine
Making sense of something as complex as SEO and it’s importance for your website is best explained with an analogy–your website is like a garden and the SEO tasks are the maintenance. To ensure continual growth of the plants, tasks like pulling weeds, watering plants, and distributing fertilizer are necessary. The same goes for you...
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