Designing an innovative, creative, functional website is a daunting task that requires mucho work, and this article will touch on ways to use good ole’ Mother Earth for design cues — taking elements of nature and converting them into catchy website designs that capture the masses.
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All of you clueless dads out there willing to learn the ropes of fatherdom are in luck: The Obama administration has launched a new website dedicated to fathers and improving their ability to raise intelligent, responsible, productive children with high morals.
Today, a large portion of the web experience is based on content and websites that utilize Adobe Flash. This ranges from videos on YouTube to banner advertisements to website intros. And, when Adobe releases a Flash update, especially a major update, you really should get it.
MSNBC, one of the leaders in breaking news, has launched an awesome new mobile website that caught me off-guard (in a good way).
A website is truly the online face of your business and will provide a first impression to potential customers, and we all know how important first impressions are. When designing a restaurant website, there are many things to consider. Simply tossing up a website to promote your restaurant will do very little good. This article provides insight from a top marketing and web design firm on how to effectively design a restaurant website, achieve high rankings in search engines, and increase online brand exposure.
Simply said, what’s the point of having a website if no one can find it and you’re required to spend thousands of dollars on advertising to gain exposure/traffic? Well, in all honesty, it’s pointless and will cost tens of thousands if not hundreds of thousands in advertising costs over the years. The key is designing a website with Search Engine Optimization (SEO) in-mind so the site not only looks good to visitors, but also search engines.