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Benefits of Mobile First Web Design

A few years ago, people might have thought the concept of mobile-first web design was crazy. Times have since changed. These days, the majority of people use mobile devices to browse the internet, more so than PC desktop users even. With this change came forth a new strategy: cater to the mobile users first.

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5 Responsive Web Design Best Practices

While responsive website design used to be optional, there’s no escaping its importance in today’s mobile crazy world. Websites of every kind are adapting their interfaces to cater to the wide range of devices on the market, some with more success than others. And when responsive web design is handled incorrectly, it can seriously detract from the site’s quality. The user experience suffers. Bounce rates skyrocket.

With that in mind, here are a few best practices that any website deeming itself “responsive” must have.

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Learn How to Simplify the Process of Great Web Design

One of the most important decisions you will ever make for your business is selecting a great web design firm, because your website directly affects how people view your company. 

 

The web design process can be overwhelming, so we wanted to show you step-by-step how great websites are created. This free whitepaper guides you from start to finish and points out common pitfalls along the way. 

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Best SEO Strategies to Implement in 2017

SEO is an unending game of keeping one step ahead of the competition, staying up to date on internet trends, and continually optimizing your site. It’s not always easy to keep up, particularly if you’re not tech-savvy.

To give you a helping hand, we’ve compiled a few key strategies to implement within your website to build a powerful SEO foundation as 2017 enters full swing.

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Why Responsive Web Design Is No Longer Optional

With the number of mobile internet use overtaking desktop users, it is more important than ever to use a Responsive Web Design (RWD) layout on your site. Having a site that is optimized for RWD doesn’t mean just creating a mobile-friendly site; it means optimizing sites for various portable devices, such as the iPad, iPhone, Android devices, and various other platforms.

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5 Reasons Why You Need Responsive Web Design

Innovations in user interface are without a doubt one of the most important areas of technological advances in computer usage over the past two decades. From Lyft drivers to CEOs to disinterested dates, smart phones, tablets and laptops have become living extensions of modern human beings. Given the variety and prevalence of mobile devices, the importance of responsive web design is pretty intuitive. Here are five major reasons why responsive web design is a must.

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Responsive Website Design Needed by April 21st – Google’s Algorithm Change

 

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10 Startups to Watch in 2014

2014 calls for an entirely new generation of smart applications that will infiltrate the travel, dating, news, and personal finance industries. Using data driven trends and current social media markets and profiles, the following list of startups to watch in 2014 are sure to overcome multiple hurdles this year and beyond.

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2014 Web Trends

2013 marked an evolutionary year in web design, marketing, and social media. These three markets are effortlessly intertwining with one another as branding and sales channels. According to Exacttarget’s report marketing projections for 2014, the top five areas of spending will include data and analytics, marketing automation, email marketing, social media marketing, and content management. Whether it is the process and avenues through which marketers collect data on their audience, or how users are surfing the web and engaging on the web: data and mobile devices are more influential than ever.

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Mobile Apps V. Responsive Design: What's your purpose?

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