Austin Web Design Category

Web Design Trends vs. Fads: Two Insights to Help You Tell Them Apart

by Ruth Hawk
Tuesday, August 6th, 2019

When considering which changes to implement in your website, you need to be able to tell the difference between web design trends and fads.

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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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Why Hire a Web Development Company in Austin?

by Ruth Hawk
Thursday, January 31st, 2019

When it comes to hiring a company to develop your Austin-based website, you have two choices: Hire a web development company in Austin, or go further afield to find the professionals you need. While there are many quality web development companies outside Austin from which to choose, you do enjoy certain advantages when you select one […]

User Experience Tips for a More Engaging Web Design

by Ruth Hawk
Thursday, August 16th, 2018

In some ways, the marker of a successful web design is the impression it makes on the site's visitors. If they are happy, engaged, and taking action as a result of your web pages, than it is likely you have found the right look for your business. As a result, crafting an engaging user experience is important. By transforming a site from just being beauti

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Font Tips for More Appealing Web Development

by Ruth Hawk
Monday, May 21st, 2018

The devil may be in the details, but so is effective web development. You may naturally want to focus on the low hanging fruit of graphics and content, but there are many other design elements that, while smaller or more detailed, are equally important. One of these elements is the font you choose for your site. While you can select a standard Times New

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Web Design Tips for User Friendly Online Forms

by Ruth Hawk
Thursday, April 26th, 2018

Most websites have one or more forms that visitors can fill out to contact the business; sign up for emails, newsletters or magazines; purchase products and services; register to use the site, and more. While a reality of online business, forms can also be a bit tricky: Forms that visitors find unnecessary, too long, too complicated, too intrusive, or ju

5 Pages Most Web Designs Should Include (That You May Not Have Thought of)

by Ruth Hawk
Wednesday, April 11th, 2018

Whether people realize it or not, they expect to find certain pages on all of the websites they visit. For example, 52 percent of people who end up on a company's homepage go looking for an About Us page (and more than 80 percent of them expect to find it off the homepage, in case you were wondering where to put it). And most people would be a little con