Austin Web Design Category

6 Ways to Improve Your Responsive Web Design

by Ruth Hawk
Monday, June 13th, 2016

Responsive web design, which refers to a web design that adapts itself to any screen, is one of the most basic elements of a successful website. Because Google uses a website’s responsiveness as one factor in how that website ranks in the search results, it is also an important element in search engine optimization. As […]

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7 Obstacles to Purchase Completion on Your E-Commerce Website

by Ruth Hawk
Tuesday, June 7th, 2016

Your e-commerce website needs to sell your products and services. Unfortunately, there are many mistakes you can make on your website that can inadvertently discourage people from completing their purchases. From a lack of product information to confusing navigation, these mistakes will turn people away from your website. That is why it can be helpful [&

Why Use a Mobile Responsive Web Design?

by Ruth Hawk
Tuesday, May 31st, 2016

Ever since Google announced that mobile readiness was going to become a factor in how it ranked web pages, there has been much buzz about creating mobile-ready websites. Sites that are unable to deliver satisfying content on mobile devices have seen their search rankings drop, and requests for mobile-ready web designs have soared within the […]

8 Signs You Need a Website Redesign

by Ruth Hawk
Tuesday, May 24th, 2016

Because your website plays such a large role in the success of your business, you need it to be fresh, updated, and functional. At the same time, undergoing a website redesign can be expensive and time-consuming. Knowing the signs that you need a website redesign can help you to decide when to invest in a […]

8 Online Learning Features Possible Through Custom Web Development

by Ruth Hawk
Thursday, May 5th, 2016

Online learning, also called e-learning, has been growing at an incredible pace over the last few years. Defined as any type of learning that takes place outside the classroom and with the use of technology, it generated almost $50 billion of revenue in 2015. Today, more than 77 percent of companies use e-learning to train […]

Website Templates vs. Custom Web Design

by Ruth Hawk
Friday, April 22nd, 2016

Once you decide to build a website, you have two options for doing so. First, you can choose to use a website template. This option means using a web page or set of web pages that have already been designed. All you have to do is to load your own content and photos into the […]

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How to Improve Website Conversion

by Jacqueline Sinex
Friday, April 15th, 2016

Website conversion means getting your website visitors to take some kind of action. This action can be anything from making a purchase, to signing up for an email list, to contacting you for more information. Because website conversion leads to sales and profit, it is an important indicator of a successful website. It is also […]

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How Much Does an E-Commerce Website Cost?

by Ruth Hawk
Thursday, April 14th, 2016

E-commerce websites give you the opportunity to reach large Internet audiences with your products. By making your items available to purchase online, you enjoy access to a wider array of customers than would be possible through a brick-and-mortar store alone. However, before you commit to developing an e-commerce website, you need to know how much [&hell