Everyone has something they could complain about with their website – it’s too slow, it’s poorly designed, there’s not enough traffic, engagement is low, etc. I’m sure you could drum up a handful..
There are definitely “good” and “bad” web development practices – responsive design, accessibility, multi-browser supported code, and so many other factors are timeless web development practices...
Anytime you talk about outsourcing an activity, everyone gets nervous about what it’s going to end up costing. Unfortunately, people never think of web development as being “cheap”. Of course,..
Online presence is incredibly important these days. Nowadays, the majority of business is conducted through the web making it an incredibly important place to optimize your company’s image...
Web development is an incredibly competitive industry. Chances are, your spam folder is loaded with “SEO specialist 1st place on google” related emails from developers all around the world… That’s..
The age-old question: Should I build the website myself or hire it out to a web developer?
We talked in a prior post about what headless CMSs are and why they’re useful, but for those who are new to them, we’ll give a brief overview:A “CMS” or “Content Management System” allows users to..
Writing is difficult, plain and simple. And it’s not due to the actual difficulty of writing content, but more to do with the motivation to even get started. There’s a ton of factors between..
It’s easier than ever to start a website these days. What used to be a luxury to a few is now available to everyone who needs it. Everything related to hosting, coding, and designing with websites..
Traditional Content Management Systems (CMSs) have completely changed the way that we think about website functionality and purposes. Except for talented backend developers that have spent their..
If you and your team are planning on tackling a website or web application development project, chances are you have a lot of questions. However, the most basic, fundamental question that needs to..
Content marketing is huge these days. It’s one of the primary ways to drive traffic to your website. I mean, look at you – you’re here because of this blog, right?
When building a website, there are a number of things you’re simply required to do. Selecting a CMS, picking the right hosting, etc. You get the picture. But when you’re building a website for..
The marketing and media industry as a whole has repeated the same message over and over to marketers regarding paid web advertising – don’t send people to a page on your site (homepage, about..
It's a general rule that most companies try to squeeze as much work out of as few employees as possible. The more work fewer employees can handle, the higher overall productivity and gross margin..
Working in a position of management means that managing your own workflow, while it takes time, is relatively simple. If you are in a managerial role at a creative agency or marketing firm,..
Creative agencies and marketing firms spend so much time researching SEO – and for good reason. If you’re working on a web development project for a client, they’re holding your creative agency..
Communication is everything in the creative industry. Anyone that works at a creative agency knows that productivity and ideas come as a result from collaboration and communication. The more you..
Creative agencies can handle a lot of activities internally, but when it comes to the development piece of a customer’s proposal, they oftentimes don’t have the in-house resources to tackle it..
Creative agencies have their head in a lot of places throughout a client’s project. Everything from the initial conversation stages through the completion of the project is a ton of work with..