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Effective Web Design and Usability: 5 User Interface Design Trends for 2013

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It’s the time of the year when we reflect on 2012 web design and usability trends and anticipate what 2013 might have in store. 2012 was an interesting year for user interface design: Skeuomorphism hit both it’s peak of popularity and nadir, the resurgence of grids and the golden ratio dominated with frameworks such as Bootstrap,…

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Effective Design & Usability: Does Your Business Need a Mobile App?

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We’re reaching the end of 2012, the predicted “Year of Mobile”.  So what have we learned over the past year, was mobile over-hyped? It seems not. The trend of users accessing the web via mobile devices has at least met those predictions of earlier this year, with mobile visitors to the web now accounting for…

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An Introduction to Responsive Website Design (RWD)

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What is Responsive Web Design? Responsive web design (RWD) is currently the hottest buzzword in the web design and development industry. Ethan Marcotte first coined the term in his List Apart article “Responsive Web Design” two years ago and it’s rapidly taken off since. Google has officially endorsed it, Adobe recently announced plans to develop…

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3 Simple Ways to Improve Your Web Typography: Part 1

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95% of the information on the web consists of written language. After all, that’s what you’re doing now — reading. Successful visual communication hinges on good typography. With such a strong influence on usability, it stands to reason that typography should be one of the most considered aspects of web design. Typography is a huge…

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Effective Design & Usability: Why Web Design Matters

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The word “design” can have a lot of different connotations, and for people who may not be as close to our industry as others, web design may sound like an afterthought.  For some people, it may mean how to make a website look pretty, once all the functionality has been figured out.  It may be…

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2 Simple Ways To Increase Your Conversion Rates

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If you are getting people to your website through Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Services or any number of Internet Marketing strategies but your website isn’t converting, fret not! If your website is old and outdated it may be time to have it redesigned, but if you don’t want to go to those lengths to increase your…

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UI is King: 5 Rules of Good User Interface Design

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UI / User Interface Design The world renowned Italian designer Massimo Vignelli once said “The life of a designer is a life of fight. Fight against the ugliness.” Often times, web designers and graphic artists take this too literally and get caught up in the distraction of simply making something look good. They spend time…

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The Impact of Quality Websites on SEO

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Search Engine Optimization (SEO) has always been a balancing act between writing for search engines and writing for users. In the early days, stuffing keywords into your content and across your site was rewarded with top rankings in the search engines. As Google and other search engines strive to bring people the best results in…

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Effective Web Design: 5 Key Elements

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Effective SEO Begins with Smart Website Design Keep It Simple– One of the main keys to great web design is keeping the design simple. If the site is too complicated or too much of a hassle for the user, they won’t hesitate to simply leave and find a more usable site. A simple, easy to…

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Engaging Website Users to Experience your Offering

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What increases engagement? This is kind of a million dollar question these days. So many companies still just want a “Web Presence” with simple brochure information, and proceed to tap their IT department to slap their info onto a page. They then wonder why they are not seeing any web leads. What if you intimately…

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