Design Rules

Critical Web Design Rules

Content is King! If you want a website to generate back-links and have quality content the search engines love, be sure to make it readable by both people and search engines. Search engines are working to give people quality results. Thus, they are looking for sites with quality content. So by building site content for…

Wording your website

Wording Up Your Website

Are you losing business because of your website? More and more customers are logging on to the Web to decide where to spend their money because it is quick and convenient, and they can jump from site to site instead of walking from store to store. Web-savvy customers don’t need to be patient, studies have…

90’s Web Design

A look back at 90’s web design, and a warning to anyone whose website is an accidental anachronism. Remember the days when every PC was beige, every website had a little Netscape icon on the homepage, Geocities and Tripod hosted just about every single personal homepage, and “Google” was just a funny-sounding word? The mid-late…

Your First Small Business Website

When planning your first small business website, there are three essential questions you should ask yourself: Who is your target audience? How will your target audience find you? How will you convert your visitors into sales? These questions sound obvious, but it’s amazing how many people don’t bother…and then moan that “our website doesn’t bring…

Business Website Tips

The design industry, in general, is very sensitive to outside influences all the time, usually termed as “modern”, “innovative” or “trend-setting” etc. However, thankfully these influences affect the design areas outside the purview of web design, where the designers and artists tend to change their style, direction, and outlook. In the web design world, we…