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Is Your Website Vulnerable to the Heartbleed Bug?

Posted by in Technology on Friday, April 11, 2014

By now you've likely heard of the serious vulnerability affecting a large portion of websites that use SSL/TLS encryption. The Heartbleed bug makes it possible for anyone to steal secure information without leaving a trace of intrusion – a fact that makes it almost impossible to know if your site has been compromised in the past.

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The Definitive Guide to Great Web Design, part 1

Posted by in Website Design on Friday, April 4, 2014

Great web design is the process of creating a website that guides visitors along a clear path, so they can find what they want without getting bogged down, confused, or frustrated.

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5 Basic Things Your Website Shouldn’t Be Without

Posted by in Website Design on Friday, March 28, 2014

It’s easy to get caught up in the latest technologies and advances in website design. However, without a solid foundation, all the bells and whistles will only serve to frustrate visitors to your site. So before you consider adding features to your site, take a look at this list of 5 basic things that every website needs in order to grow engagement and conversions.

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Why Your Sales Funnel Should Be the First Consideration in Your Website’s Redesign

Posted by in Website Design on Wednesday, February 5, 2014

ALL business websites are designed to drive conversions. The conversion varies according to the industry and may include a product or service sale, contact form submission, white paper download . . , The list goes on and on. Ultimately, the goal of any good web design is to drive as many conversions as possible from your target market.

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Web design and branding case study

Posted by in Website Design on Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Skyline Maintenance Services came to us with an existing brand and website design that had multiple challenges in terms of engagement and brand awareness. Among the many challenges: their logo was too generic to be memorable, and the website was not optimized to engage their target audience.

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