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Mobile navigation and the rule of the thumb

User patterns inform user interface design and, when it comes to mobile navigation, users vote with their thumbs. In a 2013 study performed by UX Matters, the vast majority of mobile device users navigate with their thumbs. While our opposable thumbs have not evolved...

How much does a website cost?

A website is an investment that should pay for itself post-launch. You must invest correctly, at the right pricepoint for the right quality and level of functionality you need to make that return. There's no charm bracelet inside the Padora's Box you just opened, only...

How does a Content Management System (CMS) work?

When content is king, and up-to-date information is vital to SEO efforts, every website should have a CMS. Understanding how your CMS works is vital to understanding how to manipulate your website's content. In this post, we will be discussing how a CMS allows you to...

If You Build It, You Must Have A Plan

Lo and Behold, we're at the bar again on a rousing Saturday night and it comes out that some of the people at our table work in the web and development world. Let the impromptu "Next Facebook" app pitches begin. I like to follow these up with the mind-boggling...

The five PHP tricks every web designer should know

Over fifty percent of web designers are privileged (or cursed) enough to code out their own designs. Many of us understand the nuances of HTML and CSS enough to be pixel-perfect front-end coders. However, when it comes to Wordpress and other CMS systems, web designers...

Moving Navigation Arrows Outside of Flex-slider

Flex-slider is hands-down, one of the most widely used responsive sliders in web-design today. Created by Woo-Themes, the scalable slider handles screen-widths elegantly, scaling to meet each screensize. One of the few issues you'll run into when implementing...

Hierarchical Scale in Marketing

Design in advertising relies on a concept thousands of years old. Hierarchical scale is "a technique used in art, mostly in sculpture and painting, in which the artist uses unnatural proportion or scale to depict the relative importance of the figures in the artwork."...

Free Guide

Even a simple conversation about websites can sometimes sound like a different language entirely!

So, we’ve created our own little Rosetta Stone to provide simple explanations for many of the most common words and phrases you’re likely to encounter when working on your website!