Website speed is important to users as they explore your site (conversion rates drop by 7% for every second of load time) as well as search engines like Google (that have made page speed part of their algorithm).
In this episode of Digital Strategy Notes, John Gough, Dallin Harris, and Kyle Theisen discuss the question “How much should I spend on my website?”
From a recommended dollar figure, to why interactive services are priced the way they are, and why it’s critical to share your budget with your vendor, we explore the various facets of planning a website budget.
For every web development company you consider, you will want to know: What type of engagements are they best at handling? Who is an ideal client for them?
This post is part of our ongoing Digital Strategy Notes series. John Gough, Shawn Hardy, and Dallin Harris discuss the question “Should your website be the cornerstone of your marketing effort?” We talk about the way social media and search has changed user expectations over the last several years, what users expect and hope for […]
Clients come to use for web design and development solutions. One way to save money on a new site is to start with a WordPress template, but in practice, we find that the cost and time savings can be limited depending on what the client is hoping to get out of the site.
Here’s my number one tip for building a great website: Think of your website as the digital equivalent of your top salesperson.
It’s time to launch the new site, but for some reason you’re hesitating. At this point, the only question to ask is this: is what you’re about to publish better than what your customers are looking at right now?
The website design and development process can be compared to building a house. Take a walk through the process and get some clarity about how we approach the architecture, design, and development of your new custom site.
Dallin’s thoughts on web services, hyper-personalized web experiences, the global ecosystem and new and scary forms of evil and ugliness
Google is forcing your hand, so what are your options? Find out what others are doing to make their WordPress sites mobile friendly.