We get it. Really, we do! Your project means the world to you, and your website is an important part of that.
You’ve spent countless hours, sleepless nights, and so many dollars up to that point that you’ve lost count. How does anybody, expect you to just completely entrust it to the care of somebody whose existence you had no idea of a mere few hours ago?
Your audience should be your number one source for your content ideas, and this remains true with video content. What is your target audience saying? What do they want to see? What are those things which are important to your audience?
You might be wondering what it means to make your website ADA compliant. What does it mean? And why should you even bother with it?
Okay, so you’ve probably wondered why your mouse cursor is tilted at a forty-five-degree angle towards the left. Or maybe you haven’t. The mouse cursor is one of those things that have been a part of the landscape so long that most people tend not to think much about them.
We’ve all seen the hamburger icon before. In fact, it’s so common on our screens today, that most of us don’t even give it much thought when we use it.
If you learned how to type on a typewriter, then what you’re about to hear is going to sound strange to you: Stick to one space after a period-or any other end punctuation for that matter.
We live in the age of DIY and will probably continue to do so for as long as one-size-fits-all model solutions hold valid for the majority of people. This trend can be seen even in the field of web design.
If you’ve spent any amount of time in online marketing and web design, you would most surely have come across the term ‘above the fold’.
Like many municipalities, the City of Barre's website was a mess. It had been handed from one…
Another major ux/ui overhaul for one of Google's children.