facebook

Category: Responsive Design

eCommerce
April Rios

Thriving in the Age of Me-Commerce

Few things are certain in the world of retailers, but one fact is inescapable: Customers are going to continue to become more demanding even as their habits change. Customers are no longer satisfied with a “cookie-cutter” approach to retail.

Read More »
Responsive Design
April Rios

4 Tips for Effective Website Error Messaging

It would be hard to find anyone who has not encountered a “404” message if the individual has spent more than a few minutes surfing the web. No matter how much importance you place on making sure your website makes a great first impression, things will happen that are beyond your control, making it inevitable that visitors will occasionally encounter an error message.

Read More »
Responsive Design
Adam Graham

Making the Best First Impression on Your Website

It can take visitors less than one second to reach an initial impression of your website, and less than three seconds to decide whether to stay or move on, according to a study conducted by the Missouri University of Science and Technology.

Read More »
Responsive Design
Adam Graham

Designing for Phablets

It seems that every time web developers become proficient at creating sites that will render correctly on any device, the industry releases yet another type of device that requires changing design strategies. Such is the case with the phablet.

Read More »
Best Practices
Adam Graham

Ensuring Your Metro Web Design Paints a Beautiful Picture

Metro-style designs have the potential to be sleek, beautiful pages. However, just like city metro vehicles can be shiny and attractive or dented and rusty, a metro site can be poorly planned and offer unsatisfactory results, or it can be well-planned and executed and provide a consistent user interface.

Read More »