Today we’re going to talk about UX web design (User Experience), or how a User Experiences your website, but to really understand it, we’ll need you to do some imagination. Imagine visiting your insurance agent for the first time. You walk into his office, and on his desk are picture frames. Some frames have pictures in them. Others have just a little “x” in their centre. When you leave, you stop by...

“How do I get more visitors to my site?” is one of the most common questions that we receive. After the excitement of building and launching a new website dies down, many site owners become frustrated when their site isn’t getting the hits they hoped for. Firstly, just having a site is not enough to get visitors. You wouldn’t take a boat out to sea and expect fish to jump in, but...

Imagine you’re on vacation, and you need to decide where to eat in an unfamiliar city. How would you choose where to eat? Maybe you’d look around your hotel - what looks good? What restaurants seem busy? Or you might look online. What has the best review? What do people say is good? When you’re looking to see whether a restaurant is busy, or how it has been reviewed, you’re looking...

So, you’ve decided that its time for your business or organization to get a website. Maybe your business is new, or just doesn’t have a site. But you’ve decided that now is the time. As any quick Google search can tell you, there are countless “building your own website” options. With slogans like “Build your own website for free!” these options are very tempting - especially when compared to hiring a...

There was a time when every website needed a guestbook, animated Gif’s and tacky music on every page. The internet has come a long way since the hamster dance! Hopefully, no one is tempted to fill their site with dancing babies these days. But you do need to know what to add to your site, or what to tell your web designer you want. And while it’s easy to know just...

When working on any design - a website, a flyer, a business card, anything - your font choices are of utmost importance. The right font can support your message, but the wrong font can undercut a strong message. Imagine a letter informing you that you are behind on your rent written in a comic book font. Or a child’s birthday invitation written in the same font your bank would use....

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