Long gone are the days where users should have to pinch and zoom through your website on a smaller screen than a desktop computer. If your website is still non-responsive then you’re not only falling behind, but you could also be losing potential customers and helping out the competition!
As the most popular content management system on the internet, WordPress sites are favorable targets among hackers. WordPress recently rolled out additional security to help address this issue but it’s up to you to take matters into your own hands to ensure the safety of your site.
Google Adds Mobile to the Mix Is your wesite mobile friendly? On Tuesday, April 21 2015, Google updated its search ranking criteria, including mobile friendliness for the first time. That means if your site isn’t easily viewed on a mobile device, your mobile search rankings may have plummeted overnight.
We are excited to announce that, after a few weeks of testing, We’ve launched our new responsive website design—which now offers optimal viewing experience across multiple web devices such as desktops, tablets and mobile phones. We are very excited to be launching on target with what Mashable refers to as “The Year of Responsive Web Design”.
In order to focus our energy on new functionalities and features, We are following the lead of tech trend-setters Google and Facebook and dropping cross browser testing support for Internet Explorer 7. Due to its declining use, developing for this version specifically no longer makes sense for your site.
Below is some information about our website process. The steps to creating a website are equally important and necessary in building a successful product.
Whether you are a freelancer or full time employee, you may be asked to play the role of both web designer and developer for some projects. However, sometimes, you may be required to work along with someone else and only be responsible for one of these roles. Designers and developers can sometimes butt heads, so […]