We build websites that DO THINGS!
We can implement automated features and tools so your website will take on its share of your business workload, and serve as the gateway for new business prospects 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Information Architecture – It’s Key.
Understanding HOW a user will interact with a website, and planning this early in the development process, prevents mistakes from happening later. We avoid those “Uh oh…we overlooked that one” scenarios.
Is your main page idle and inactive?
You can update your pages regularly – yourself or someone on your staff – without the need for web or coding knowledge. Your website can always provide new messages to viewers!
Is your website “Under Construction”?
No matter how clever that little sign is (or how big your shovel is) it sends one message to viewers, “We’re incomplete!” A website using a Content Management System lets you keep your content up-to-date and bring back its cool factor.
Years of Experience
Show of hands: Have you ever heard of the Internet? I think some of you have. [smile] I have been developing web sites since the 1990s, from pure html coded sites, through numerous iterations of development products (anyone remember Netscape's "built-in" development...
My Wordpress clients ask me about the emails they receive that notify them of Pingbacks from one of their posts. Here's how this happens: I post something on my blog that someone else likes. That person posts something on her...
Twitter has been around since 2006, and I posted my first tweet early on in 2007. It wasn't earth shattering, but I did handle the new idea of Twitter with elegance and sagacity, and got my point across in a mere 16 characters: Click Here to see my First Tweet I...
Ever since I started using the telephone (back when we only had to dial 7 numbers for most calls!), I knew that the person on the other end was as near as a few milliseconds away. Of course, I never thought of "milliseconds" back then - our voices were carried across...
by Marc Silverman (circa 1995) (This piece was originally written and published in 1995 for the Mac Street Journal, the New York Macintosh User Group's printed newsletter. The Internet was barely known at that time, and the term "cell phone" was yet to become part of...
Tags - Not Just For Graffiti Anymore! Bar Codes are so retro! Now we're all using QR Code tags - the little matrix of black squares and shapes that are popping up on magazine articles, food and beverage packaging, and soon, no doubt, on somebody's forehead. It's...
Our Process Delineated
To fix or lay down clearly, definitely, and specify distinctly.
To intend for a definite purpose.
To purify and make elegant and cultured.
To establish, increase, and strengthen.