Web Design Category

How to Optimize Your Restaurant’s Web Presence

by Megan Marshall
Tuesday, May 17th, 2022

Small business owners should pay attention to the trends in their industry. One thing to be aware of, across the board, is that having a web presence is becoming exceedingly necessary. As a restaurant, you are competing with all of the other food service options in your area. Odds are, they already have a presence. […]

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Ask an Austin Web Designer: What Features Should My Homepage Have?

by Megan Marshall
Friday, April 15th, 2022

Every website needs an effective homepage design. We live in a time where consumers can take a quick glance at a web page and know whether or not they will be interested. Their perception of this single web page will translate into their perception of your whole brand. This means that you have to capture […]

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The Complete Guide to Running a Business in the Age of Hybrid Work Models

by Megan Marshall
Friday, April 8th, 2022

The wave of remote work crashed into us when the pandemic began. Despite the move back toward in-person conferences and meetings, we continue to enjoy the luxury of working straight out of our homes. It has even been projected that, by the end of this year, 25% of professional jobs in North America will be […]

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7 UI Design Mistakes You Should Avoid

by Megan Marshall
Friday, April 1st, 2022

Your website needs to be attractive to your visitors. Otherwise, they are likely to bounce. This means being aware of what user interface (UI) design they would like to see. UI design is the graphical elements that make up a website or application. These elements should promote ease of use in a stylistic way. Your […]

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Best Practices When Designing Buttons for Good UX

by Megan Marshall
Tuesday, February 22nd, 2022

Although user interface (UI) and user experience (UX) are oftentimes used interchangeably, they are different things. UI is actually a subset of UX. With UI, the focus is on the looks and functions of a design element. Alternatively, with UX, web designers are concerned with the full integration process to create conditions that ensure that […]

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The Rise of Drag-and-Drop DIY Web Design Tools and How They Could Be Impacting Small Businesses

by Jacqueline Sinex
Tuesday, February 15th, 2022

Web consultant Jacqueline Sinex takes a deep dive into the rise of DIY front-end website builders and how they really impact small business. Learn more about the benefits, the road blocks, and the potential missed opportunities.

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Showcase Your Work by Including Case Studies on Your Website

by Megan Marshall
Monday, January 24th, 2022

The majority of consumers will consider the experiences of their peers before they buy something. Imagine you are considering purchasing a product. The necessary research is complete, but you still aren’t completely sold. You know that one of your friends had gotten this product in the past. So, you decide to ask them whether they […]

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Gamification for E-Learning: The Motivating Way to Teach

by Megan Marshall
Thursday, January 20th, 2022

Electronic learning (or e-learning) has become increasingly prevalent in recent years. Students, trainees, customers, and the like receive their education via a digital device, as opposed to on-campus or in the office. E-learning is advantageous because of how adaptive it is, allowing you to learn from an instructor from anywhere in the world. If your [&

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