Fluff-Free Web Design and How “Flat” Became a Compliment

You knew that when drop-shadows and gradients were being used as liberally as salt on french-fries, a revolt became inevitable. It was only a matter of time before simplicity—in website

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(Lack of) Speed Kills: Why Website Performance Means More than Ever

Given the rage produced by a two-second delay while loading a web page, it should come as no surprise that site speed has a major impact on the bottom line.

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How Your Business Should Approach SEO in 2014. Hint: Cautiously

Google provided a lot of fodder for SEO commentators and soothsayers in 2013, its every move documented in articles that ranked well in, where else, Google. To the casual observe

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The Five “Must-Have” Items for Every New Website in 2014

A flurry of shiny new websites will enter the world in 2014, and while some will receive a warm welcome from users, a significant portion will be shunned, some even

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Redesign and Conquer: Recognizing the Warning Signs of a Website in Decline

Keeping up is hard to do. Online, things change in a flash, and within what seems like a span of months your website has not only lost its new-car smell

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Foundation for Success: The Science of SEO-Strong Website Design and Development

By the standards of today’s high-octane competition for web traffic, a time- and soul-consuming endeavour, the online environment of only years ago seems relatively tame. Now that everyone and their

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Web Video for an Impactful Online Presence

Given the sheer vastness of the online universe and the volume of content it houses, users are understandably overstimulated, having more information at their fingertips than ever before. The growing

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The Dynamic Duo of Web Design and Online Marketing

If you’ve ever explored the upper echelons of Google results pages, you’ll know that certain queries generate the kind of unflattering websites better suited to page ten, or even ten

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