One of the biggest steps you can take as a company is deciding to commit to a professional website design. Is this new territory for you? Or is this territory that you simply haven't had to tread for several years? Either way, a lot will seem new and different. Technology and marketing philosophies change now faster than they ever have before. How do you find the best web design company? Look to fit and experience among many other factors:Read >
“I need a website redesign.” It's easy to second-guess this thought. How do you know if you really need a corporate website redesign or if you're simply over-analyzing? It could be that your website is falling behind the curve. Or it could be that you're assigning other issues you face to your website. How do you tell the difference? You need to be able to assess your website objectively. Here's how.Read >
Law firm website design faces some tough obstacles. The competition is fierce and there's a real danger of looking too much like everyone else's site. That won't get you noticed. At the same time, it's hard to stand out without seeming gimmicky. That gets you noticed in the wrong ways. The best law firm websites deliver information in a straightforward way, and look visually unique without seeming unprofessional. That's easy enough to say. How do you actually get there?Read >
Business website design has come a long way in a short time. It can be very easy to overlook modern features that make your website more functional and effective. It's just as easy to focus too much on what's trendy and overlook proven design philosophy. The best business websites blend proven design and infrastructure with cutting edge features and tools:Read >
The cost to build a website can vary because of a number of factors. The two most important are obvious: how big is the website, and how complex is it? What else informs website cost? Can you get it down to a more exact figure before contacting web design agencies?
Note that if you're a larger business, you probably have full-time personnel dedicated toward both designing and managing your website. These professionals are generally paid full-time salaries with benefits and may range into the $100k territory.
So you've decided that it's time for a website redesign. A question that often comes up at the beginning of this process is whether to use a template or to have a design custom built just for you. There are pros and cons of each and it also depends a lot of the specifics of your needs to decide which is right for you.Read >
Modern websites need to use modern website design. It's easy for your site to get lost in the thousands of other sites that may look just like it. This means being selective, though. Choosing every new trend would make things look like a mess. Each design feature has its own strengths and makes a customer or client look at your site in a new and different way.Read >
WordPress plugins aren’t expensive, but you know what is always cheaper – the free version. Because of this, I personally have spent far more time than needed combining CSS and JS files, optimizing images and video, and minifying pretty much everything I put in code by hand to fix slow WordPress websites. In this article, however, I will show you a way to do this that will be (mostly) free to save you the hassle of having to do the work yourself or spending $$$. So, let’s start with what most sites struggle with the most – images.Read >
Attorney web design can seem intimidating. But, really, it is a matter of thinking from the perspective of potential clients and delivering the value, the ease, and the experience they need. Here are five trends for law firm web design that will help you do that with maximum impact.Read >