Tag: Web development

Millennial Websites

Creating Millennial-Friendly Sites and Why it Matters

by Annie K.

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,[…]

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The Benefit of Using WordPress for Your Business’ Website

by Annie K.

In this day and age, having a website for your company is absolutely essential for staying competitive and providing people with easy access to the latest information about your business. With the necessity being so high, it becomes increasingly important for your company not just to have a site,[…]

Web Development Vocab – Marstudio Marketing Vocab Cheat Sheet

by Marstudio Inc.

Every industry has its language, and when marketing nerds like us start really getting into the subject of marketing, we get a bit caught up in the excitement. Impressions here, retargeted ads there, die cuts, SEO, print bleeds, wireframes, SSL,[…]

Trends for Better Websites in 2017

by Annie K.

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,[…]

Top Tools and Features to Make Your Blog More Amazing

by Annie K.

Good blog content isn’t the only thing that will get your post the attention it deserves. By installing a few added features on your website to enhance functionality, you’re making content easier to read as well as helping new customers more easily discover your business.[…]

Scrolling is Not (Always) Something to Avoid

by Sam R.

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.[…]