3:46 PM January 3, 2017
Image credit: Tony Haile—Chartbeat
Happy New Year and welcome to 2017, it’s going to be an interesting year for sure, well if you follow politics it will be.
A customer made a statement to me the other day that didn’t sound quite right and something I didn’t believe was true, so this post is about that statement. The customer said, and I quote here, “but people don’t scroll anymore Aaron, don’t you follow what Google says“. (be sure to catch the funny at the end of the post). Continue Reading…
2:22 PM October 19, 2016
10 Years in Web Design
We have officially reached the 10-year milestone in the web design and development industry. It’s been a long road and we’ve had a blast working on some great projects over the years. We’ve built over 100+ websites and carved ourselves out a nice niche in the Magento development and maintenance arena.
The web design industry is a tough market to compete in, but our longevity, experience and stellar customer service over the years is something that interested clients look for and keep them coming back.
Our 10th year has just started and we are already growing at a record pace. We will be looking to hire more staff and will have positions opening for Certified Magento Developer, Certified Magento Solutions Specialist, Magento Project Manager, and Business Development Manager, SEO Analyst, Web Designer and more.
We have ramped up for Magento 2.1 and as of this writing have three Magento 2 sites in the works. Come experience the speed at which we design and build eCommerce websites, request a quote here or give us call and pick our brains 1.800.658.0113.
7:44 PM November 19, 2014
This is a quick blog post to highlight a new Google tool.
Pierre Far with Google just posted that Google has launched a great new tool for web developers to test websites for mobile optimization. Something interesting Pierre mentions is that Google will label websites that are mobile friendly so viewers looking in search will be able to make a choice and choose a mobile friendly site versus one that isn’t.
12:48 PM August 22, 2014
One thing that virtually every Internet marketer and web designer can agree on is that new websites need to be accessible across a wide variety of devices and platforms – that they need to display properly on everything from laptop and desktop computers to smartphone screens.
One thing some can’t agree on, though, is how to best achieve that goal.
That’s where the ongoing debate between adaptive web design and responsive web design comes into play. The two concepts are closely related. And as you might expect, there are advantages and disadvantages to each. In this article we’re going to take a look at what the differences might mean to you, both as a user and a marketer, so you can make the right call for your business going forward.