The public's understanding of websites, the internet, and digital marketing has come a long way over the past few years. We’re more tech-savvy than ever before—so why is there still so much confusion surrounding the world of website design?Read More
The traditional website development process typically attempts to solve the problems of a company’s current site; whether it has outdated content or broken links, needs a refreshed look and feel, lacks the latest features and functionality, or because it’s no longer generating the right kind of leads for your business. The pages are developed independently based on the content that’s there and in isolation of other pages within the site.Read More
Blogging is a necessary, crucial building block for SEO. The content posted on a blog lets Google know you are an expert in your industry and therefore improves your ranking in the search engine.
The Creative Momentum built a blog for long-time client, VersionOne, incorporating a level of detail most other blogs are missing – customization.Read More
August 6th marks the anniversary of the very first website. Published in 1991, the world’s first public website began a total overhaul of the way we live our lives. Sir Tim Berners-Lee probably didn’t imagine how the World Wide Web would impact us socially, nor in business, politics, retailers, banking or healthcare. An entire industry – web design & web development – were born on August 6th, 1991.Read More
There are plenty of web development blogs out there to love. But with so many options, it can be tricky to know where to start reading.
There are hundreds of links to sift through. Decision paralysis sets in. Blogs start blending together. It’s getting hard to breathe. THE WALLS ARE CLOSING IN!
We order you to calm down. While it’s true that you could spend the better part of your life digging through all the content available on the web, we’ve done some of the work for you and compiled a list of our favorite development blogs for your education and enjoyment.Read More
Displaying content varies from business to business. It is not a one-size-fits-all arena and there are specific questions you should ask to evaluate which CMS is best for your business.Read More
There is nothing more frustrating than not being able to make changes or edits to your existing website. Whether you have been relying on your IT department, your "website guy", or are working with some incredibly complex and outdated CMS (content management system), we have some good news. Below are the top 5 content management systems being used today.Read More