Archive for the ‘Web Design’ Category


How to Target Your Audience through Web Design

February 11th, 2014

Tweet Your website is often the first way people recognize you or your brand. When it’s prototyped in the right way, you can actually save time with the right web design. Visitors should be able to instantly identify that it’s you or your company. Your logo should appear on every page, and be prominent without […]

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The Top 5 Traits for Good Web Design

February 3rd, 2014

Tweet Good web design is a combination of factors, all of which need equal attention if you’re going to build the best site for your business. Those include usability, visuals, clarity, trust and search engine optimization. If you pay careful attention to each of these traits as you design your website, you’ll find your end […]

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How to Save Time With Your Web Design

January 6th, 2014

Tweet Web design is a process. It has a beginning, middle and an end, and skipping a step or cutting a corner will always show in the finished product. At the same time, the digital world never stops, and we could all use a little more time. Your site is meant to bring you potential […]

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Top 10 Web Design Trends for 2014

December 26th, 2013

Tweet Every year brings new progress and ideas that fuel web design. Whether it’s learning from previous mistakes, borrowing best practices from other industries, or taking massive leaps of faith on new techniques, trends always emerge as the year draws to a close. This year was no different, so let’s take a look at the […]

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How to Select the Right CMS

December 20th, 2013

Tweet The presentation of your website involves a smorgasbord of branding, content marketing, driving conversions and connecting with your audience. All of this is truly important, but it’s easy to lose sight of how the magic happens behind the curtain. After all, behind every great looking website is a content management system (CMS). Here are […]

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How to Find the Right Photos for Your Website

December 18th, 2013

Tweet Once upon a time, the Internet consisted only of simple web pages full of text and links. It was a sparse, largely colorless landscape meant to convey information in the smallest possible file sizes. You may or may not remember how slow Internet connections were. Dial-up, anyone? But that was then, and this is […]

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How to Design Your Own Blog

December 16th, 2013

Tweet Now that you’ve read how to prototype your website, it’s time to roll up your sleeves and get down to the real work of building something. It can be daunting if you’ve never done it before, but it’s nothing to worry about. There are plenty of tools out there for newbie web designers, so […]

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Proto-what? How to Prototype Your First Website

December 2nd, 2013

Tweet Introduction Amateurs and professionals alike throw around the “web design” word all of the time. But if you’re going to set out to build your own company website, it’s a good idea to decide what web design means, and what sort of best practices you can use to ensure you’re not just spinning your […]

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How to Use Ideas to Fuel Web Design

November 27th, 2013

Tweet You can find inspiration for your web design just about anywhere. Whether you look to art, architecture, movie, television, or books, ideas are virtually (and physically) everywhere. But some days you don’t necessarily need more ideas. You’re already brimming with inspiration. You simply need to find a way to streamline. You need to find […]

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3 Web Design Options on a Budget

November 25th, 2013

Tweet Web design is a core component to your website. Your photos, the quality of the designs you choose, and your font choice speaks volumes about your business. You may think that in order to be a big player in the web design game, you’ll need lots of fancy (and expensive) tools. But sometimes simplicity […]

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