Web Design and Development
If you are planning on building a successful website or wondering why your current website is not effective, our list below will help you. These are a few things which we think that all websites should have.Read Article
Your sales do not have to follow the dips in the economy. By implementing these tips, you’ll be able to improve the user experience, increase traffic, and restore your sales volume.Read Article
A few months ago, SiteReference – a website which provides tutorials and other resources for web developers – published an article about an untapped source of traffic. Of course, we were all ears. After all, the more traffic a website gets, the more successful it can be.Read Article
There are always ways to improve a website. Below, we’ve included a list of 25 ways that you might be able to improve yours.Read Article
While there was a time when using frames was practical, both HTML and the Internet have come a long way. Today, there are no longer many — if any — reasons why websites should use frames.
In this article, we address some uses for frames and why you should opt for alternatives.Read Article
Recently, I received an email from the folks over at IDEA.org, a nonprofit organization which focuses on improving the web’s potential to deliver information. They had just finished compiling the results of a research study entitled: Finding Information: Factors that improve online experiences.
The report addresses the gap that exists between what web visitors are looking for and what websites actually offer, and breaks the findings into several key areas. Two areas that are especially relevant to us are: (1) design and navigation, and (2) depth and variety of website content…Read Article