Category: Design/Development

6 Reasons Designers Should Learn Mobile App Design

Posted by Peter Juratovic - March 25, 2013 - Design/Development, Mobile

Mobile is a revolution and the extensive use of apps for everything – ranging from playing games to business; from utilities to even reading – has been unprecedented. According to Snaphop, which alludes to research statistics from Business Insider, there were roughly 835 million smartphone users in the year 2011. By the year 2015, global […]

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Top Reasons Why Your Website Doesn’t Convert

Posted by Steve Floyd - December 3, 2012 - Design/Development

Have you been working for a long time to build the perfect website but you still can’t figure out why your website doesn’t convert? It’s a hard pill to swallow. After all, your website is a thing of beauty in your eyes. However, you’ve gone half a year without a sale. Hmm. What happened? Actually, […]

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Why You Need to Run Multivariate Tests

Posted by Ruban Corbo - June 25, 2012 - Design/Development, SEO

It’s been several years since your website’s last major update. The design is starting to look outdated even though you’re still adding new content every day. You know it’s time for change, but you’re understandably hesitant because things seem to be working out just fine: you’ve got a steady stream of traffic, most of who […]

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Rules of Successful Site Navigation

Posted by Olga Orlova - November 15, 2011 - Design/Development, SEO

Usability rules for beginners In this article I will give some advises for those people who try to build web site themselves and don’t have experience in programming. Is it possible to build a user-friendly site attractive for people? Yes, it is. If you adhere usability rules. Usability means ease of use and learnability of […]

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The Powerful Convergence Between QR Codes and Internet Video

Posted by Andy.Havard - October 28, 2011 - Design/Development, Ecommerce, News, Social Media

Quick Response Codes better known as QR Codes are frequently used in the physical world to drive individuals to check out websites, social media platforms, articles, music releases and of course videos. However, many marketers have actually been daring to take QR Codes onto the web. Traditionally QR Codes are just scannable versions of lengthy […]

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How to Cash-in Building Mobile Apps (Free Webinar Tonight)

Posted by Mark Thompson - October 25, 2011 - Design/Development

Want to learn all about Mobile Marketing and iPhone/iPad/Android Mobile Apps! We are hosting a LIVE webinar TONIGHT – not recorded! What’s it all about? This is about an explosive Billion industry that is expected to surpass Billion by 2014. Presenters: Tim Atkinson, Mark Thompson & Jeff Mills Date: Tuesday, October 25 Time: 9:00 pm […]

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Design to Convert!

Posted by Jen Thames - October 12, 2011 - Design/Development, SEO

You can design a website in a thousand different ways but above all your designs should convert casual viewers into loyal users and buyers. One way to do this is by incorporating conversion optimization into your website designs. Your website will only have a few seconds to capture and convert a buyer before they move […]

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One Critical Marketing Factor Your Site Shouldn’t Neglect

Posted by Adam Green - October 10, 2011 - Design/Development

In the inbound marketing blogosphere, there’s no shortage of information about SEO, PPC, and social media. But with so much attention lavished upon “the big three,” it’s easy to forget another integral element of any Web marketing effort – user experience. User experience is essential. Why? Because even if your SEO is good and you’re […]

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