Web Development Category

Improve Website Security and Customer Confidence with an SSL Certificate

by Ruth Hawk
Monday, October 28th, 2019

Every business wants their website to be secure. Every client wants the businesses with which they interact to be secure as well. Unfortunately, not every business possesses a secure website. Ignoring important security steps usually occurs because the business finds the process of securing their site to be too complicated, too expensive, or unnecessary.

Lock and Key

The Difference Between Hiring a Freelancer vs. a Digital Agency to Build Your Website

by Jacqueline Sinex
Friday, September 27th, 2019

Your web design vendor is an important decision. When considering the route that best fits your needs, consider the differences and the possible trade-offs.

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Web Design Challenges and Solutions for Nonprofit Websites

by Ruth Hawk
Tuesday, September 17th, 2019

A nonprofit cannot go about designing a website that is just like a regular business site. It needs different tools, different solutions, and a different approach to succeed at its unique mission.

Donate Money

A Web Development Journey: A Web Application for Different Platforms

by Jacqueline Sinex
Friday, July 12th, 2019

This breadth of platforms influences the way we approach web development today. I witnessed this myself when we embarked on a very interesting project in 2015.

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What You Should Know about WordPress Plugins

by Eli Newman
Friday, May 17th, 2019

Part of the appeal of WordPress to many users is the ease of use of not only the CMS (Content Management System) itself, but also the number of plugins that are readily available, and the ease of use that they offer. If you’re unfamiliar with WordPress plugins, we are happy to introduce you to them. […]

How to Prepare for E-Learning Web Development Projects

by Ruth Hawk
Wednesday, May 15th, 2019

The secret to almost any successful project is preparation. E-learning web development is no different. Creating a space on your website for online learning requires careful planning and preparation, along with the partnership of an experienced web development company. While that web development partner will create the features you need for your website,

Signs It’s Time to Re-Design and Re-Develop Your Website

by Eli Newman
Friday, May 10th, 2019

  With technology advancing quicker than ever, and people wanting their technology to be interactive, older website designs and practices are a thing of the past (or at least they should be). There are many indications that a website could greatly benefit from a face lift (an updated design), and – let’s call it a […]

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There’s a Plugin for That! Helpful Tasks You Can Accomplish with WordPress Plugins

by Eli Newman
Friday, April 12th, 2019

The great thing about plugins is that they often times take tasks that seem intricate and confusing, and they do the majority of the hard work for you.

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