It seems that no matter how proactive, interactive or innovative your overall marketing is, a website redesign project will need to happen at some point in your company’s marketing life. As a veteran team of web redesigners (strategists, developers, designers…read the full article
Written by guest blogger: Matt Herzberger Matt is an executive consultant in web strategy and interactive marketing at Ruffalo Noel Levitz in Cedar Rapids. He has worked primarily in higher education, helping major colleges and universities to better utilize their…read the full article
It’s hard to believe, but there was a time when every change to a website had to be made by a developer—they were called “webmasters” for a reason. There was no WordPress, no Blogger, not even Facebook. As the web…read the full article
When thoughtfully executed, inbound marketing and a new website can be take your digital brand to the next level.
If you’ve ever ran or worked with a WordPress site requiring lots of media files, you’re probably familiar with how easily it can become a mess.
There’s a lot to love about the little online publishing platform that could.
Here’s what your developer could – but shouldn’t be – sacrificing.
Your website is the window to your brand’s … well … maybe not its soul, but pretty darn close. That’s why great CX (customer experience) and great UX (user experience) are inseparable.
Earlier, our experts offered insights about some “must-haves” for websites. Now it’s time to look at the dark underbelly of the Web and its design and functionality horrors.
If you think your site created or redesigned two years ago is still the shiniest object out there, you probably need to think again.