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When it comes to website design, we tend to be more practical than most. That’s not to say we don’t do award-winning work, we do. However, our design process includes more than just pretty pictures.

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We grow your relationship with your customers by designing messaging and creative that proactively guides them to the best solutions for their needs.

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Social Media can be a scary for a lot of companies to venture into, however, it doesn’t have to be. Taking a look at your organization and mapping out a Social Media marketing plan will help to ensure that you can stay active with your efforts and not overwhelm yourself with a lot of extra work.

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Google Translate Sample Page

Google Translate Sample Page

Posted by Mike Walker on Nov 13, 2014

This is a page to show how the Google translate widget works on a website. If you're thinking about using the Google Translate widget, you can implement it by going to the Google Translate page, clicking on Translate Website at the bottom of the page, set up a site, and add some code to your website. It will then take all the text on your website and update it to the language the user selects. You can try it now by selecting the language you want: Machine translation is only about 70% accurate, so if you need to make sure your content is translated exactly as you want, then you are better off doing it manually and implementing a system that allows you to maintain it as easily as possible. Also, keep in mind that Google Translate doesn't do images, so any images with text will still have the original text in them (notice the language on the books doesn't change when you select a different language). Google Translate is a good tool if you need some quick translations, but we don't recommend it as a solution for...

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Why Your Nephew’s Friend’s Cousin Isn’t Your Best Bet for a Web Designer

Why Your Nephew’s Friend’s Cousin Isn’t Your Best Bet for a Web Designer

Posted by Thursday on Aug 6, 2014

There are a lot of people out there with at least a little knowledge of how to get a website up and running. Many can do it on the cheap — and if you’re family, they may even do it for the incredibly low price of free. They may be able to hook you up with a free website on some shared service, cobble together a template and copy your brochure onto an online platform. But what you’ve got, despite low prices and possibly the fact that your ‘web designer’ can keep it all in the family, is not the website that can help your business grow online. Why Family and Friends Don’t Make for Good Web Designers There are exceptions, of course, to the suggestion that you shouldn’t use a family member to do the design for your website: you may have some real gems in your family. But the typical situation is that if you stick within your personal circle, you’re going to face a lot of constraints. You have to bring your new website down to the level that you know that they can complete. That can start all sorts of problems, because not everyone knows how to set up hosting, how to do a website that isn’t based entirely on templates, how to get traffic to your website and so on. The simple truth is that few of us would choose a relative to build the actual store that our business sits in. We’d be in much better shape and have a better chance of growing our businesses if we go to professional architects and...

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HTML, CSS and Other Web Design Jargon Business Owners Need to Know

HTML, CSS and Other Web Design Jargon Business Owners Need to Know

Posted by Mike Walker on Jul 30, 2014

The features your website offers will determine how much professional assistance you’ll require to create your presence on the Internet. Even if your website is entirely a leave-it-to-the-experts job, you’ll want to have a basic understanding of the terms used in web design. As Web developers, we often throw around terms in meetings that our clients may or may not know. Terms like themes, CSS, SEO and a bunch of others. Here’s a primer on some of the jargon associated with designing a website so you’ll be in-the-know when the acronyms start flying about: CMS (Content Management System) — Your designer may choose to use a program called a CMS to create your website. WordPress and Drupal are two popular CMSs. They include the interface in which text, photos and the other content that comprises your website are entered. When created in a CMS, oftentimes, you can update your site’s content on your own without needing to hire a designer every time you change a price or add a photo. However, the CMS systems need to be maintained so they stay up to date and don't get hacked. Theme — Often this word is used in relation to a website’s design, or overall presentation. A website’s theme is its appearance, including the number of columns, location of particular features that appear on the page and the look of any graphical elements. The design, or theme, is the foundation upon which the look of the site is built. Many platforms on which websites are built, like, WordPress or Drupal,  use the theme to keep the design of the site consistent. While...

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