February 23, 2016 • Daniel Kedinger
Web forms are often one of the last things considered in a website’s design, but it is one of the ways people interact with a site most frequently. Whether it is a checkout form, registration signup, or simple contact form, the following seven web form mistakes can hurt your chances of a getting a prospective customer to do business with your company.
Platforms & Apps
February 9, 2016 • Daniel Kedinger
Squarespace is an easy to use platform for building a small business website, to get up and running in a relatively short time frame. It contains a variety of beautifully-designed starter templates that make adding and editing content a simple procedure. Squarespace also provides an ecommerce solution, to sell products or collect donations.
Design & Development
January 26, 2016 • Daniel Kedinger
If you are looking for a web designer to help with your next small business website, ask the following questions, to avoid major issues during the project.
Schools & Resources
January 14, 2016 • Daniel Kedinger
Web design trends are never static but change constantly. Here are six new trends that you can expect to see in 2016.
Typography & Fonts
August 18, 2015 • Daniel Kedinger
Choosing the right font for your website not only impacts how visitors feel about your site but also how they comprehend your content. Picking the right font is also a way of deciding how you want visitors to perceive and understand your company. Different fonts convey distinct emotions and can provide site visitors with a clear sense of your company culture and professionalism just as quickly as when using colors or graphics.
Platforms & Apps
August 6, 2015 • Daniel Kedinger
Once open-source software becomes the most widely used content management system on the Internet, it will undoubtedly also become a target for hackers.
May 5, 2015 • Daniel Kedinger
Having a mobile-friendly website isn’t just good practice — it’s a prerequisite. For the first time in history, mobile has exceeded desktop Internet usage, according to comScore.
March 24, 2015 • Daniel Kedinger
Planning and developing your website’s content can be a difficult task. Whether you have three pages or 100, deciding what content to place on your site is crucial to its overall success. Content not only includes the written copy but images, charts, or downloadable files as well.