Month: September 2017

Reputation Management Commandments

Your online reputation simply is your reputation. In the digital era, nothing is protecting you from criticism anymore. This is good from a freedom of speech [...]

Design Steps in Responsive Web Design Workflow

95 percent of the web design workflows process are as follows: First, planning; second, wireframing and prototyping; third, designing and developing, where the [...]

Online Reputation Management

What are people saying about you? Good online reputation management is not only about reacting well to what people say about you, your brand, or your products [...]

Web Design Trends for 2017 – Part 2

10. Courageous Colours2016 is definitely the year for super-rich colours online. Whereas in the past, many brands and designers have typically stuck with [...]

Web Design Trends for 2017 – Part 1

1. More brands adopt a mobile-first approachAs the name suggests, mobile-first design is the process of designing for mobile (or smallest screened devices) [...]

New, unconfirmed Google ranking update ‘Fred’ shakes the SEO world

The webmaster and SEO community, along with the automated Google tracking tools, all show strong signs that there was a Google algorithm ranking update.Since [...]

Web Design Trends 2017 – Part 2

New Navigation PatternsNavigation does not have to be glued to the top of the design. From hidden or pop-out styles to navigation on the side or bottom of the [...]

Methods of adding CSS to HTML

There is more than one way to add a Cascading Style Sheet (CSS) to your HTML document. In this short tutorial I will explain the strengths and weaknesses of [...]

Web Design Trends 2017 – Part 1

GradientsMissing from the design landscape for a few years, gradients are making a major comeback. But the look of the color blurring technique has shifted.In [...]

How Often Should You Update or Rebuild Your Website?

Deciding whether to update, redesign or reengineer your site should depend entirely on your business goals, objectives and economic considerations, rather than [...]