At long last, the mythical website redesign that I have talked about for so long is finally live.
I’m starting off a series of posts about “web basics,” where I talk through a topic to help clear up some of the questions I routinely receive when working through a web design project. First up, I’m going to be talking about domain names – your home on the world wide web.
Your website lives and dies by the content found within its pages and posts – plain and simple. If the content is thin and doesn’t speak to your customers, then the website will fall flat (both in conversions and in the search engines).
I’ve been inspired by some of the awesome timelapse videos hitting the web recently. Especially the work of Terje Sorgjerd out of Oslo, Norway.
One of my favorite shows on television right now is ABC’s Shark Tank. If you’ve never seen the show before, the basic concept is that hopeful entrepreneurs come on the show and pitch their business idea to a panel of investors (“the Sharks”).
I have had several clients approach me over the past week about QR codes, so I thought it would be good to do a quick little writeup on what QR codes are, what they do and some practical examples of how they can be used.
In the world of search engine optimization (SEO) there are both good ways and bad ways to try to improve your search engine ranking.