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23 02, 2016

How Web Design and Development has Changed!

By | February 23rd, 2016|Digital Trends, Online Marketing, Web Design, Web Development|0 Comments

Last week, Slate brought attention to a web-design project that ought to be interesting to anyone who is familiar with web design or has worked for a web design and development agency, especially if they’ve been in the game for a while. But not only that, it should also be [...]

9 02, 2016

How Recent Trends Affect CMS Website Design Companies

By | February 9th, 2016|Digital Trends|0 Comments

February might seem a little late to highlight a review of the previous year, but just last week, EContent published an article looking back at 2015 and also looking ahead through 2016 and beyond, to examine the current state and future direction of content management systems. Upon reading the article, [...]

23 01, 2016

Internet Marketing Trends Affect Web Design, and Vice Versa

By | January 23rd, 2016|Digital Trends|2 Comments

It’s still January and therefore it’s still appropriate to be looking ahead at what remains a very young year, with emergent trends that you can still learn from in time to compete in the e-commerce market. Indeed, industry news sources and general information sites are still publishing content describing the [...]

12 10, 2015

Ways to Give New Life to Web Design

By | October 12th, 2015|Digital Trends, Web Design, Web Development|0 Comments

An article at The Next Web asks the provocative question, “Is web design dead?” Of course, it quickly answers “No,” but the fact that the question even comes up in web design discussions is very telling. It tells us exactly what the article went on to explain in its own [...]

24 09, 2015

Set Yourself Apart from the Boring Web

By | September 24th, 2015|Digital Trends, Online Marketing, Web Design|0 Comments

At TNW News, Owen Williams recently penned an article that was provocatively titled “Web Design is now Completely Boring.” He makes an interesting point about how the growing ease of launching websites has actually corresponded to a proportional decrease in creativity. By comparison, Williams suggests, the early days of the [...]

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