Designing websites for businesses and non-profits since 2003
Posted on April 1, 2011
Many websites start out very simple—a few pages about your company, your products and services, and your contact information. We start out with a question and answer session to determine your needs (which are are specific to your business). More
Posted on March 25, 2011
If your website is the same each time a visitor returns, eventually they will stop coming back because they already know what to expect. Updating your site content regularly (graphics, images, copy), engaging in some online marketing efforts (social media, e-mail marketing, newsletters), and making sure your site is optimized for the latest web browsers will keep visitors engaged with your website and build brand loyalty and ultimately increase sales.
A great website can be your business's most important marketing tool. More
Posted on March 15, 2011
Understand what elements your website needs in order to succeed.
Your Goals and Your Website's Purpose:
Why would someone want to visit your website?
The common approach to websites is to simply build one and wait. Most folks treat their websites as an online version of their brick-and-mortar business. More
Posted on February 1, 2011
Too many businesses today treat their websites as an afterthought. Your website can be your single most important branding tool. More
Posted on January 31, 2011
Content Content is easy to find. If a user can't find the information they are looking for, they have no reason to be on your site. More