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Responsive Design Must Go

Yes, VIRGINIA, there is a website killer. He exists in the form of mobile devices. I touched on this subject with ‘The Death of Web Design’ where I briefly mentioned that mobile devices are becoming the go-to device of choice. Today we are expanding on the fact that more and more people are simply using their phones more than their computers. The Myth About Mobile I was a victim as well. People are not starting on mobile devices and then moving to their desktop/laptop for further investigation. Read More >>

How SEO, Digital Marketing, Web Design & User Experience Mix

SEO, Digital Marketing, Web Design, & User Experience. These four things are essential components for your digital team to understand & put into practice. These things are vital to the progress, success & effectiveness of your business on the digital space. So as we advance through the start of 2016, here are some points to keep in mind while considering any changes to your current digital presence: Web Design for SEO Has Evolved Some people believe that websites which are designed Read More >>
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The Death of Web Design

I know what you’re thinking… “Hey Tony, you work in this industry right? Are you crazy?” Like a fox ;-) A couple of years ago, I was reading the tea leaves and what they told me was highly designed and customized websites were on a death march. If you’re in the industry, you most likely know where I’m going with this. If not, welcome to the world of the wild and wonderful web. Mercenary Numero Uno: Mobile Devices As mobile devices become our go-to device, the desktop/laptop browsers Read More >>

Hottest Web Design Trends in 2014

Every minute, an estimated 571 new websites are created. With so many brands vying for consumer attention, it can be difficult to make your site stand out. To make your website more appealing for consumers, it’s important to consider the top web design trends in 2014. Read More >>
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Are You the Minority

You remember that first brand spanking new computer you purchased for $5,995 with it’s text based user interface and it’s 640 pixel resolution?!? Yeah baby — you dig it the most! You guessed it — times are a-changing my friends. What do you think today’s resolutions are running on, with the advent of all these flat screen HD monitors you see, draping everyones desks from the classroom to the coffee shops? 800 rez? That’s so early 1990’s. 1024 rez? Getting closer but still several Read More >>