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You need to continuously feature products and services that visitors might not be aware of and potential visitors might like to know about. But, no matter how your website is built, most websites have a problem. Inside pages use one or two different layouts. Creating a page that looks different from any other page on…

Have you ever thought about the health of your website? If you haven’t, now is a perfect time to start! Just like our own health, websites have several areas that need to be checked regularly to make sure they are running at their best. Scan for website vulnerabilities. Unfortunately, there are people out there who…

Internet Explorer may have been innovative when it launched, but it has long been left in the dust by other browsers. Abandoned by Microsoft in favor of the newer Edge, it received its last major update six years ago. It doesn’t support most of the new code options added to the web since 2015; its…

Did you know, there are certain elements to financial websites that are an absolute must-have? Below is a list of the five most common must-haves that we include in our website builds – but does your current website meet these requirements? If not, now might be a good time to consider making some changes to…

There’s nothing quite like a camping trip. The fresh air, blue sky, and the opportunity to experience nature in a unique way. It allows us to get in touch with the origins of our most basic elements of survival. Just like camping, there are several basic elements that we need to focus on when designing…

Are You Ready for Dark Mode?

By on February 9th, 2021 in Web

With each new operating system release, consumers are given more and more choices to customize their phones, tablets, and PCs to fit their needs. An increasingly popular option is dark mode. Dark mode gives users the ability to replace the normal dark colors on a light background with light colors on a dark background. Unfortunately,…

Developer Q & A

By on January 22nd, 2021 in Web

I enjoyed reading the Q & A with Ryan Simonsen on being a graphic designer. There is a great amount of overlap between being a designer or a developer, as well as some very different perspectives. I’ll go through Ryan’s questions and answer them as a developer. Why did you become a developer? A: Like…