Website Launch Day (What Could Possibly Go Wrong?)

After weeks of carefully planned design and development, your new website is finally ready to launch.  Even though you’re anxious to unveil your masterpiece to the world, don’t make the mistake of rushing the launch sequence.  Just like launching a rocket, there are plenty of things that can go wrong. For many business owners, launching […]

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Why Hire a Website Design Company (when I can do it myself)?

  Don’t let me talk you out of building your own website.  There are plenty of good reasons to do it yourself.  There are equally as many valid reasons to hire a professional.  It’s not really a debate about website builder vs web designer, rather it’s about finding the best match for your unique situation […]

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Web Site vs Web App vs Mobile App

We all have a firm grasp on what a website is.  And we’ve got a handle on the concept of a mobile app.  But what exactly is a web app?  Can a web app also be a mobile app? (Answer: kind of, but not really).  Can a website also be a web app? (Answer: sometimes […]

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How to Crush your Website Redesign

When we ask our clients why they want a redesigned website, the most common response we hear is their desire for a “modernized site” or to give it a “a fresh, new look”. Cosmetic improvements, combined with hopes for new leads, can be exciting reasons to embark on a redesign. From a strategic point of […]

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Google’s Ad-blocker Coming 2018

Google’s CEO Larry Page has been announcing for years that they need to do a better job at blocking intrusive ads. Recently Google has announced they will release a native ad-blocker in early 2018. With the development of their own ad-blocker this will give Google more power to filter out known ad’s that cause page […]

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Opera Is Now Reborn!

Opera Reborn has a new UI (user interface) that is modern, simple and refined. The entire UI has been updated with a high-quality graphical design that is more consistent across platforms.

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Google Ending Adobe Flash Support

A clear fact that is Adobe Flash has been the default software that supports videos and animations on the web for over 20 years now.

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AMP(Accelerated Mobile Pages) Website Integration

Spot The Differences The image above shows the main differences between a regular mobile responsive page and an AMP study shows 40% of your visitors will leave your site if the desired page does not load within 3 seconds. On that note, AMP tries to capitalize on page speed for increased organic page visits. Proper […]

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Bootstrap 4 News!

Great news Bootstrap 4’s long and very much anticipated release is almost here! Twitter has been working on fixing broad issues with Bootstrap version 3 for close to an entire year. Bootstrap version 4 is currently still in the late Alpha testing and has to go through the needed Beta testing to ensure software quality. […]

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Useful PHP Functions Part 2

Last month I highlighted a few PHP functions that I use regularly. Because the language is so large I have decided to expand upon my previous post. Specifically I would like to cover some useful date based functions. Date($format,$optionalTimestamp) If you’re ever asked to program anything to do with date and time this is the […]

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