Archive for the ‘Responsive Design’ Category

Website Do’s and Don’ts

by Ryan Grassie - May. 5, 2017 at 5:48pm

When it comes to your website there are certain things you should have and things to avoid. We can help your company determine the best path to take for your website.

Here are some important things to have and some to stay away from:

  • DO invest in creating a professional and secure website for your business.
  • DO make it possible to contact you easily from the homepage.
  • DO bucket your content by theme and importance to your clients.
  • DO add your social buttons and a company blog.
  • DO add your business reviews and testimonials to your website homepage.
  • DON’T underestimate the importance of an easy to navigate website to generate leads.
  • DON’T bury or over complicate your contact form, this is an important part of your website.
  • DON’T publish irrelevant content with too many links, videos on auto-play or distracting pop-ups.
  • DON’T make it hard for a customer to find what they are looking for or they will leave within 30 seconds.
  • DON’T miss out on updating content. Blogs should be updated frequently to help get your site crawled by search engines more often.

If you are an Ottawa business and need help with your website design, get in contact with us! We’re here to help!

 

2013 – The Year of Responsive Web Designs

by Ryan Grassie - Feb. 4, 2013 at 2:53pm

With more than 6000 different competing types of mobile devices in the world today, the need to understand designing for the mobile environment has become an increasingly difficult task for marketers. Creating websites for mobile has traditionally been to choose one of two paths – create a single website and acknowledge that your content will be scaled to a small format or create a separate mobile site which will have limited content/functionality for the mobile user.

Responsive Design could be the answer and an “easier” approach to mobile for organizations. This article tries to explain what it is and how it could be used.

Responsive Web Design is an approach to a flexible website foundation — the ability for content to adjust (or respond) to hardware and resolutions. To understand the full responsive approach, it is important to understand the following terms and how they fit into the complete marketing solution.

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