Website Design

When Bad Websites Happen to Good Companies It Can Be Costly

We’re not in the rescue and recovery business. It only seems like we are. Recently some friends of ours who own a large and important interior design firm got in touch. They were contacting us to let us know about the launch of their new website – something which had been a year (!) in […]

Adaptive vs. Responsive Design

Tomato Tomato. Really the two things are very similar. But we do get asked about the differences between these two terms. Both are terms that refer to adapting your design to fit the specific constraints of a mobile device / mobile browser. They come from different people and you can read about what the different […]

Working with a new client … Wealthfront

We’ve been engaged to help them make redesign their blog. Wealthfront positions itself as the Financial Advisor to Silicon Valley. Wealthfront manages an online investment account that is fully diversified and rebalanced for you, at a fraction of the cost of those Wall Street guys. They do the work for you — so you can […]

Nice to get recognized for our work

Source: Jaw Drop Cooler Co Generally, we like to think the work we do for clients performs well and looks great. But great looks are – for us – always secondary to making sure the site performs well in terms of getting found, its conversion value, and optimization, the three things of importance to anyone […]

Quick and Dirty Guide to Evaluating Web Creative

Source: Quick & Dirty Records A lot of people don’t know how to evaluate web creative, so here’s a quick and dirty guide. Before You Begin First of all, go back and read the creative brief with a highlighter. Highlight the communication objectives and what the brand is all about. Put the highlighted portion of […]

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