One of the things that many small or startup businesses have in similarity is the fact that they try their hardest to conserve their financial resources. If you own such a business, then it is highly likely you are trimming down on the expenses you have in many areas of your business. However, an aspect [...]

When Is It Time to Refresh Your Website?

by Michelle (Corsano) Pellettier August 15th, 2013

Your Website is the Anchor Leg The very first website was put back online in April to commemorate the Web's 20th birthday. Tim Berners-Lee invented the Web in 1989 at CERN, the European nuclear research and particle physics laboratory in Geneva, Switzerland. The Web became public in August 1991 while the technology was made available [...]

This post was co-authored with web design specialist Alexis Elliot. Google outlines in its quality guidelines for building smartphone-optimized websites 3 configurations which they recommend. 1. Sites that use responsive web design, i.e. sites that serve all devices on the same set of URLs, with each URL serving the same HTML to all devices and [...]

Things to Remember when Designing Your Website

by Michael H. Morgan July 3rd, 2013

A good web design can get your readers to read your content and navigate your site. If you are currently on the lookout for a site template or design ideas you can incorporate into your site, here are some things that you should consider: Use Colors that are Pleasing to Your Readers' Eyes When considering [...]

We no longer create websites that have fixed size layouts of 960px wide. With an ever-growing range  and variety of different screen sizes we now create websites that visually look great no matter what device they are viewed on: Responsive Design. What are the current trends in web design that would give your website the [...]

Websites need to be clear for two audiences; for the search engines so they can make sure the site is ranked high enough for people to find it, and it has to be interesting enough for us humans that come to those websites to stay and contact the site owner. Google changes their requirements up [...]

Creating a WordPress theme is no simple task. But if you're like me, you'll find that it can be very rewarding and fun. In this article I am going to share some of the plugins that I use to make this process a little bit easier. Developer The Developer plugin is a great place to [...]

5 Simple Web Design Tips To Improve Site Conversions

by Alexis Elliott March 29th, 2013

Great web design is not about winning awards or having the most colorful website. Its about the experience your users encounter when they get to your site and achieve what you have set out for them to do. If you are a small business owner most likely your site is to create new leads and [...]

10 Steps to Moving Your Site to A New Domain

by Unmana Datta March 18th, 2013

We just moved our site to a new domain, and while the process was a pain, it's done now and with no major issues. Here is how we did it — and if I missed something, I hope you'll let me know! 1: Prepare for the Worst Take a complete backup of your site. Make [...]