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The world is changing and as a result, more and more businesses are gearing their marketing approach towards Millennials. That is because now, Millennials are the primary shoppers, but what about businesses that cater to older generations? If you are one of those businesses,[…]
Although there’s some argument about who exactly is considered to be a Millennial, most researchers say that this generation was born between the early 80s and mid-90s, commonly citing 1980-1996 as an acceptable date range. That means that the oldest Millennials are 39 and the youngest are 22,[…]
Just about everyone has a smartphone these days and what’s one of the biggest draws to these phones? Internet use. If you have a website, there’s a very good chance your traffic is largely mobile users. In fact, in 2018,[…]
Not long ago, we partnered with Credible Behavioral Health to facilitate the redesign of their website. The project was a full overhaul, covering everything from design to content. This resulted in a new, fresh site, optimized for user experience. Today,[…]
For many, the words “web design” seem like an intimidating term, but we’re here to assure you that it doesn’t have to be. From “margin” to “hero” and “UI,” we cover it all. Consider us your very own Fairy Web Design Godmother as we give you your web design “glass slipper”[…]
As a web developer who works closely with design and marketing experts on a daily basis, I notice ways that website design is affected by both technology and human psychology. So when I consider what trends are likely to drive website design in 2017,[…]
The design world is beginning to shift toward more vertically-oriented “scrolling” websites that require fewer click-throughs and instead use scrolling as the primary means to navigate through content. However, these sites can raise eyebrows among designers who were taught the long-held philosophy that important content must always be presented “above the fold” (or “above the scroll”) of the screen.[…]