Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, right? Well, not when it comes to web design. While other types of design, such as illustrations can be subjected to the viewer’s taste, when it comes to website design there are some pretty clear rules in place that can make or break a website.
Using a website builder is the easiest way to create your own place to display your products and services as a business, and to promote your blog posts or project. Building a website from scratch takes a lot of knowledge in coding, programming, and web design, but luckily beginners can use website builders for a […]
A lot of restaurant owners think that a Google My Business page is enough to get customers through the door. While GMB is excellent for your local SEO efforts, building a website for your restaurant business is just as important.
Here’s an interesting fact: 81% of people search online for a product or service and more often than not, they hop from site to site, looking for the information that interests them. That means that new businesses that are trying to target an online audience will look into building well-designed and engaging websites. Even established […]
Building a website for a business or personal use is an important step in reaching your audience, but also a lot of work. Many people have tremendous ideas of what they want to put online, how they want it to look, but often they are limited by a tight budget, lack of time or knowledge […]
Building a website can be as simple or as complex as you need, and it’s relative to so many factors that the possibilities of doing it are quite diverse. There is software and a multitude of hosting and website building applications that you can use to create a website, but you also have the possibility […]
Website design doesn’t seem like a component of SEO, but the way your website looks and feels matters a lot in terms of its search engine rankings.
In responsive web design, the breaking point is the value at which the website’s content and design will adapt to provide the best user experience to the visitor.
In the old days of the Internet, before smartphones and tablets became the norm, web designers created fixed width pages that worked on the common screen size back then (usually 1024 pixels wide by 768 pixels high.) As mobile devices became more and more common and users started to browse the web from their smartphones, […]