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Tips for Improving Website Navigation According to an Austin Web Design Company

by Maisie Cantrell
Monday, April 12th, 2021

As a modern-day business, it’s more than likely that you’ve been told that you need a robust online presence to generate as much profit as possible. Even if all of your sales come from your brick-and-mortar location(s), you need to maintain an online presence for the sake of attracting new customers. A large part of […]

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Key Elements of a Standout Product Page

by Maisie Cantrell
Monday, April 5th, 2021

Regardless of what you’re selling, a well-designed product page can be the difference between closing a sale and losing a potential customer to your competitor. When it comes to online shopping, product pages are usually where purchase decisions are finalized, so it’s critical that your page grabs consumers’ attention and includes all of the inform

Ready for Takeoff: 3 Things You Should Do Before Launching Your Site

by Maisie Cantrell
Tuesday, March 30th, 2021

Whether you are creating a brand-new website, redesigning an existing one, or even just moving your site to a new content management system (CMS), launching a website can be both an exciting and intimidating endeavor. There are many moving parts that require lots of planning and constant tracking when it comes to preparing a site […]

Picking the Perfect Palette: The Effects of Color in Web Design

by Maisie Cantrell
Monday, March 29th, 2021

Question: What is a good web designer’s ultimate goal? Surprisingly, it’s not to create the sleekest website or the prettiest application interface to ever exist; actually, it’s not about the design itself at all. Rather, the primary objective of a web developer or designer is to ensure that every single website they touch conveys the […]

6 Different Types of Websites & Web Pages to Consider for Your Audience

by Maisie Cantrell
Friday, March 19th, 2021

As a small business owner, you need to familiarize yourself with the various types of websites and web pages out there so that you can choose which kind of design suits your brand best. Studying your competitors’ sites and conducting testing can help you to create the perfect format to communicate your business’s message and […]

Decoding Your Options: Custom Web Development Vs. A Template CMS

by Maisie Cantrell
Tuesday, March 16th, 2021

Web development projects take several somewhat complicated steps to complete. These steps involve everything from design to content creation to coding – the list goes on. Perhaps one of the most important stages of the development process, however, occurs in the early planning stage and consists of choosing whether to create (or revamp) your website [&

Your 2021 Marketing Budget: Making Sure Your Marketing Investment Measures Up

by Maisie Cantrell
Sunday, February 21st, 2021

While the global Coronavirus pandemic has shown signs of letting up with the distribution of vaccines and a deeper understanding of the virus, the economic effects of COVID-19 are far from over. Enterprises throughout the world are continuing to try to catch up with competitors that were already well-positioned enough to brave the “New Normal,” [&hel

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The Anatomy of a Landing Page

by Maisie Cantrell
Friday, February 19th, 2021

Any reputable online marketing agency should be well-versed in the Land of Landing Pages. However, to the average business owner, understanding the purpose of a landing page can be confusing, to say the least. To simplify things, we’ve found a brief definition from Disruptive Advertising, which states that a landing page is defined as “a […]