We specialize in SEO techniques that get our clients to reach PAGE 1 on Google.
Google looks at more than 200 factors to determine relevancy and search engine ranking. Our strategy is to take our secret sauce of best practices to get the best SEO results for our clients.
Responsive and mobile-friendly design accommodates different view ports on different devices. When we create a website, we’re continually mindful of user experience on every device.
When we design a responsive website, we make sure menus do not encroach on to the logo, or the content does not stack improperly, after all with all the different screen sizes and resolutions on the market it may look differently from one user to the next. If your website is still 800×600 – which was the norm in the old days since it was the smallest size available for screens – you are 11 years overdue on a web redesign.
CMS is a back-end user interface, where the website owner or administrator is able to perform changes using a simple and streamlined editor. The changes may include but are not limited to adding menu items, pages, blog posts, image galleries. For sites with e-commerce CMS allows you to track your sales, add products, manage shipments and much more. We use WordPress as our preferred CMS. Some of the best features include:
In a day and age where the market is full of web designers, and thousands entering the market place every-year, it is more important to stay focused on the unique design. We strive to make our websites feel like pieces of art that make your clients more engaged. Our talented team of designers will create an unmatchable user experience.
We find a perfect balance of functionally, speed and visual design to create sites that grab attention and create unique combination.
User experience design (UXD) has a great impact on user satisfaction. For example, complex and overwhelming navigation schemes, cluttered and busy page layouts, and seemingly slow-loading pages can negatively impact user satisfaction, especially if the message to be conveyed is a simple one. However, it is critical to know the importance of user experience of a 5 page layout versus a thousand page content catalog, and we understand that not all websites and end user experiences are the same.
The mobile web is taking over, and the need for better media is at a crossroads. People are demanding to have their content fast and it might be original content postings or re-postings. Some areas where the content is being served creates bottlenecks or is so watered down that the mobile user is served a bad experience. These experiences include waiting several seconds for mobile pages to load, opening up the app store when you should be going to a website, and not letting you scroll, to name a few. A solution to these bottlenecks is the AMP project.
The Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) Project is a collaboration to raise the bar on the mobile web and modify the way content is distributed. We utilize AMP pages in sites for better exposure and a better mobile viewing experience. Google is rewarding us for faster loading times with improved rankings. It’s a win-win.