Archive for the ‘Web Design’ Category

The Right Picture is Worth 1000 Views

Friday, December 20th, 2013

You have most likely heard the phrase, “A picture is worth 1000 words.” The meaning of this phrase is easy to understand because often a simple snapshot or illustration can show more details in an instant than can be conveyed in a half hour of talking. People rely heavily on the visual, and it is […]Read Full Entry

6 Ways That Web Design Will Maximize Your Online Success

Wednesday, January 9th, 2013

Your website is the hub of your online business presence. It is the online storefront that all of your marketing efforts intend to funnel people towards. Whether you buy website traffic, buy website visitors, or utilize free search engine marketing strategies, it is all in an effort to drive business and traffic to your website. […]Read Full Entry

eCommerce Web Design Questions Answered

Wednesday, December 19th, 2012

Websites are compilations of interconnected web pages, pictures, text, videos, and any other online accessible content contained under a single URL (Uniform Resource Locator). Websites are visited and downloaded utilizing (HTTP) Hypertext Transfer Protocol. For websites that require privacy and secure information exchanges, HTTP is also available in an encrypted, secure form labeled HTTPS. Visitors […]Read Full Entry

What You Really Need To Know About Web Design

Sunday, September 16th, 2012

Everyone seems to be an expert on web design, but the key is to know what you need so you can figure out what you want.  For instance, if your site is purely informational, such as a site promoting free marketing tips,  it will need a different design than if you are selling a product […]Read Full Entry

Guidelines For Creating An Appealing And Functional Website

Tuesday, August 21st, 2012

If you have a website that you are trying to attract visitors to, whether it be a personal or commercial website, then you are going to need an intuitive and informative site that users can easily navigate, find exactly what they are looking for, and have a pleasant experience doing so that makes them want […]Read Full Entry

Website Design Tips

Thursday, February 24th, 2011

Web site design is a daunting process at first, but with time and perseverance is actually a fairly simple process that can be rewarding both financially and artistically. Yes, you can learn what you need to know about Web site design from home. No, you don’t need to be an expert. Yes, the more you […]Read Full Entry

Creative e-Commerce Web Design Tips

Thursday, February 10th, 2011

eCommerce website design, unlike other designs, has one main character, and that is to lead a visitor to make an online purchase. This is the sole objective of eCommerce sites and any design that is undertaken should have this goal in mind from the beginning of the design process to the end. In order to […]Read Full Entry

Quality Web Design Tips

Wednesday, February 2nd, 2011

Which is the most important part of a website campaign during development? Is it the design? Could it be the hosting part? No, wait! Could it be the name of the site? The list can go on and on. What is interesting about all of this is that people put emphasis on all aspects of […]Read Full Entry

Dynamic PHP Web Design

Thursday, January 27th, 2011

With the publicity that dynamic websites are getting these days, there is a good chance that you are already familiar with php web design, or at least have heard about it. For those who have not, PHP is a programming language that is used to design dynamic websites. By dynamic, we mean that these are […]Read Full Entry

Blog Design Tips

Thursday, January 20th, 2011

Many individuals and companies are now diving into the world of social media and social networking. For many, this means creating and running a blog that is updated frequently. These blogs also usually include rich, high quality content. A combination of the company’s reputation and the content posted to the blog, as well as the […]Read Full Entry

The Art of Quality Web Design

Saturday, January 15th, 2011

Which is the most important part of a website campaign during development? Is it the design? Could it be the hosting part? No, wait! Could it be the name of the site? The list can go on and on. What is interesting about all of this is that people put emphasis on all aspects of […]Read Full Entry

Google Instant’s Impact on SEO Web Design

Thursday, December 30th, 2010

Even as Google was announcing its new Google Instant search feature, website designers began to buzz with anxiety wondering about whether this meant the end of SEO Web design as they knew it. Blog posts and Twitter updates began to fill with worried exchanges on the subject right away. The truth however is that for […]Read Full Entry

5 Tips on Website Design Software

Thursday, December 30th, 2010

There are several things that you should look out for when you are choosing the best web site design software package in the market today. Choosing web design software should ideally be based on a criterion of features that each package comes with. The most essential features of such a software package are discussed hereunder. […]Read Full Entry

The Importance of Creating a Sitemap

Wednesday, November 24th, 2010

While creating a sitemap may seem redundant, there are many benefits to creating one. By highlighting the importance of having a well constructed sitemap, you will be able to tailor your own sitemap to suit your own needs. 1) Navigation purposes A sitemap literally acts as a map of your site. If your visitors browse […]Read Full Entry

The Truth About Flash-based Sites

Wednesday, November 24th, 2010

Flash-based sites have become very popular over the past few years, and as Macromedia compiles more and more great features into Flash, we can only predict there will be more and more Flash sites around the Internet. However, Flash based sites have been disputed to be bloated and unnecessary. Where exactly do we draw the […]Read Full Entry