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Iceberg Team Page
Home page, a great About page and even an easy–to–find Contact page. Your Portfolio or Work page is chock–full of amazing content to showcase what you do. Everything your potential customer needs to find is right at their fingertips. Or is it? What happens when your potential customer wants to know who they might be...
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Why Wordpress
Choosing a Content Management System (CMS) can be a daunting task. Between Joomla, ModX, Ruby on Rails, Drupal, Concrete5, DotNetNuke, Umbraco, TinyCMS, and WordPress, among others, there are certainly plenty of options to choose from.   In this article we discuss why we build a vast majority of our websites in WordPress and what advantages it...
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Icebergwebdesignprocess
Here at Iceberg Web Design, we are always striving to make our web site development process as easy and painless as we can for our clients.  A huge component of a successful web development project is clear communication between all parties involved and often times a web development project can seemingly drag on, or appear to...
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The Importance Of Color In Website Design
If you have enjoyed The Wizard of Oz, one part of the movie clearly defines the importance of colors not only on a movie set, but also in web design. The black and white scene of Dorothy descending the sky in a house conveys an ominous theme, that is, until Dorothy and the house land...
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What makes a great website?
The average business complete redesigns its website every two-to-three years. But a law firm is not an average business. It is a referral and lead-based business that relies heavily on its web presence—especially its website—to bring in leads and to act as online brochure for word-of-mouth referrals. What does this mean when it comes to...
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“Conversions” is a big buzzword for online marketers and businesses operating online. It refers to getting a customer to take some sort of desired action. It could be as small as getting someone to visit a specific page on your website, an in-between action like getting a new email subscriber, or the desired end of...
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Building Your Website
The average business completely redesigns their website every two or three years. Technology changes. Design changes. And most importantly – your business changes. And you should not only look at re-designing your website every 2-3 years, you should re-evaluate your content and consider a complete re-write as well. What was in vogue as early as...
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Have you reviewed your Google Analytics recently? Noticed your bounce rate sky-rocketing? It’s possible that your customers are leaving because your website is turning them away. Here are seven things that you want to avoid on your homepage, to keep customers from leaving before they read your content. 1. Outdated Design This one’s a no-brainer....
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Fully Responsive Website Development
When smartphones were just coming out (remember the Blackberry?), webmasters started thinking about optimizing their websites for mobile devices. At first, the trend was to create a separate website just for mobile devices. Typically, this separate website would be published at a subdomain – http://m.yourwebsite.com – and often times users would have the ability to...
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Responsive website design concept
If you have a website that hasn’t yet been optimized for mobile, you have a big decision to make, and not doing anything is not an option. The choice becomes – do I retrofit my website for responsive design? Or should I create an entirely new website design that incorporates responsive design from the get-go?...
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