Time for a New Website?

There are lots of good reasons for doing a new website. In fact, before the end of this article I’ll give you four of them. But let’s start with the most important of them. 1. The Site is Underperforming There are also lots of bad reasons to re-do your website. Website styles go in fads.… Read More »

Bolder Isn’t Always Better: Taming Your Design With Balance

You finally got your website launched, your website traffic is kicking butt, but your conversion just isn’t turning out the way you hoped it would. Identifying the reason why your site is not converting can be frustrating and it can feel close to impossible to solve. The truth is, there are many factors why no… Read More »

Choosing A WordPress Theme

In previous blogs, we’ve covered what a WordPress theme is, and today we’ll be walking through the process of actually picking the theme, the dos, the don’ts, and the “yebuts.” In case you aren’t aware, a “yebut” is a term used for anything in a conversation following the phrase “yea, but…” With that in mind,… Read More »

Should You Redesign Your Website?

Redesigning your website is an investment in the success of your business. But how do you know it’s the right time for a complete revamp? It can be a large and expensive overtake, but after all it is your biggest online marketing tool. 1. Your site is slow to load. It’s no secret that today’s… Read More »

The Secret to Creating a Well-Designed Website

What do most award-winning websites have in common? Is it a logo? Is it a certain color scheme? Is it a certain font family? What if I told you it was none of those things? In fact, the number one thing that makes for a stunning web design is GOOD PHOTOGRAPHY. It goes back to… Read More »

Are You Committing These Common Web Design Mistakes?

Building and creating your own website can be tough. It’s even tougher when you’re relying on it to help your business succeed. “You never get a second chance to make a first impression” as they say, and this couldn’t be truer regarding the first time a user comes across your site. First impressions are important.… Read More »

What’s a WordPress Theme, Anyway?

The overwhelming amount of technology we, as a collective people, encounter on a day-to-day basis is staggering. The grocery store has more payment methods than I can remember. We can’t even take a Sunday drive without maneuvering through 87 buttons and settings in the car… radio, windows, seat position, a/c, traction control, eco-mode, and on… Read More »

Gutenberg is Coming!

Recently, it was announced that WordPress 5.0 will come with big updates, including a new editor that will change the way you edit content on your WordPress website. Unlike the current WYSIWYG editor in WordPress, Gutenberg feels very much like many of the page builders available. Gutenberg presents a modern interface that makes writing and… Read More »

Making Your Content Easy to Digest

Your content is important, and making sure your visitors can easily read and digest your content is equally just as important. How you present your content can make the difference between someone easily finding what they are looking for or simply getting overwhelmed and leaving your website. There are many design and formatting factors that… Read More »

Are Printed Materials Still Important?

Ten years ago, quality print materials were the best form of advertising a business could do. Nice business cards, letter head, presentation folders, pretty much anything you could leave behind when visiting a prospect was important to have. But in today’s digital landscape, do you really need to spend the money on these things? The… Read More »

The Fine Line Between Innovation and Function

Life is an ongoing balancing act; one does not want to indulge in too much of one thing while neglecting another. A common saying is: Everything in moderation, including moderation. Great websites are also a balancing act. Among many others, one of these balances comes with the usability and originality of a website. Here, we’ll… Read More »

5 Design Tips for Non-Designers

1. Give your type some love. Fonts are not all created equally! As you can imagine, Fonts are developed by different designers and companies. With so many different hands in the pot, inconsistencies are inevitable. Coupled with different rendering methods used by software and browsers, your type can look drastically different and sometimes unpleasant. It’s… Read More »