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8 Ways to Freshen Up Your Website For Spring

Spring-cleaning is not only good for you and your home, but it’s also essential for keeping your website up-to-date and fresh. This doesn't mean you need to completely overhaul your website every year but updating content, images, and call to a...

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How Google’s Mobile-Friendly Algorithm Update Affects Your Website & How to Prepare

In order to stay on top of Google search results and ahead of your competition, it’s crucial to be up to date on Google’s algorithm standards and changes. Several times a year Google makes updates to it’s algorithm (a complex formul...

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Embedding Google Charts Into Your Website

Google Sheets is one of my favorite web applications. It’s quick, lightweight, and easy to use. For those of you not familiar with Google Sheets, it’s Google's web-based spreadsheet application. While creating tabular data is the main fun...

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How to Take Your Own Business Photos for Your Website

Shooting your own photos is a great way to create authentic content for your website while showing off your work. You don’t always need a professional photographer or special equipment to take great photos, either. Knowing some photography basi...

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8 Design Techniques for Photos with Text Overlays

It’s not a secret that photographs provide a nice visual experience for people, and text helps convey the message you are trying to communicate. That is why the pattern of placing text on top of large photographs has been a prominent technique ...

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Wireframing the Digital Way With Pen and Paper

Prototyping or wireframing is an essential step in the creative process. We do it all the time to sketch out website concepts and mobile app screens to get a feel for how the user might move through the site or application. It’s the first ste...

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How to Optimize PDFs for Search Engines and Users

HTML pages are not always better than PDFs. For example, if the main goal is for the user to print something or scroll through a brochure or catalog, PDFs can provide an admirable experience. However, posting an effective PDF to your website can be c...

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SVG 101: The Power of SVG

What is SVG? SVG, or Scalable Vector Graphics, is an XML-based language format supporting two-dimensional graphics. SVG images are comprised of vector-based shapes which are generated by mathematical equations. SVG is nothing new. In fact, SVG was ...

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Client Feature: Cozy Pet Sitting

Cozy Pet Sitting is an experienced, professional in-home pet sitting company located in Macomb county and the surrounding areas. Cozy Pet Sitting focuses on the needs of their clients and their pets by offering a comfortable in-home pet sitting servi...

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How to Break Out of a Web Design Rut in 2015

You’ve been designing websites so long that sitting down at your desk and creating a mockup is cake. You open your 960 Grid, place the logo in the upper left-hand corner, add your navigation next to it, and place a full width photo just below t...

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