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4 Components Your Website Must Have To Increase Customer Trust

by Harry Trott December 23, 2016
Trust is an integral part of online retailing. According to one study, visitors to a website who interact with both user reviews and the Q&As posted by customers are 105% more likely to purchase compared to those who do not. Interacting with such content helps site visitors build trust and this helps reduce the friction that an online visitor has when buying online.

Web Design: Businesses Need A New Breed Of Webmasters

by James Helliwell July 15, 2016
Websites are the only engines of commerce these days. They are a key part of the whole business operation for some; and the entire operation for online businesses.

Future Web Design Predictions

by James Helliwell September 17, 2015
Like many industries that rely on technology, web design is a fast moving and fast paced sector that is always rapidly evolving. This rapid evolution means that web design trends and practices change quickly and without warning.

Letís Mix Things Up: A Few Tips On How to Combine Typefaces Successfully for Your Website

by Charlie Brown September 15, 2015
Choosing the perfect typeface for your web design project can be a long and arduous task. It can make a grown web designer cry when you finally have the typeface of your dreams. However, for most web design projects, this is just the tip of the iceberg. One typeface is quite never enough. In order to create more visual interest and help the user follow the flow of information in order of priority, you will need to combine several typefaces.

The New Twitter Roll Out

by Roger Janik November 09, 2010
For those of us that rely on social networking sites for marketing your websites, products, services and brand names Twitter can obviously be a boon. While not for everyone, Twitter has grown in leaps and bounds over the years and today is at the pinnacle of social networks on the web.

Should I Do My Own Web Design?

by Matthew Bredel November 19, 2007
You have something to sell or a message to spread and you want a website. What should you do? Should you pay a lot of money to hire someone to do it for you? Or, should you learn the art of web design yourself. There are pros and cons to both sides of the fence.

A Simple Guide to Designing Profitable Websites

by Dirk Dupon October 10, 2007
Some easy tips to boost your website conversion and online sales.

Quick Tips for Web Designers

by Sean Mize August 23, 2007
With the Internet daily visited by billions of people worldwide, web site designers are becoming increasingly popular. No wonder why so many people are dying to have a very competitive website. If you are a web site designer who wants your expertise become more rewarding, here are some tips for you.

Top Three Basics Many Websites Miss

August 16, 2007
The company website has become a key component to every organization's marketing infrastructure. It is often the first face to your prospects and as such must constantly be improved upon, added to, and/or modified. Because we frequently design and develop content for websites, we recently asked Abbo Peterson, owner of website evaluation service provider Vista Point Consulting, what three web design guidelines he often sees missed.

Photoshop Benefits Webmasters in a Big Way

by Anthony Amerson July 17, 2007
You can create the overall look of your site and then transfer it to Image Ready, which will then slice the image into smaller HTML elements.

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