I can’t tell you how many times I’ve had this conversation. Someone comes to me with their website needs, and I ask them this question: “When a user lands on your site, what do you want them to do?” And
As any dedicated blogger knows, your blog will evolve over time. Your strengths, interests and priorities also evolve until your blog has a very distinct voice. Many new bloggers are afraid to move forward because they have trouble finding their voice. If
I get this question a lot, so I thought I’d do an obligatory domain name FAQ. What is a domain name? A domain name, like sumydesigns.com, is like the street address for your house. It tells people where to look
Sometimes, what you really need is not a complicated site, but a beautiful site that showcases what you do. This is the case for the new site we just built for Salva Construction. It’s beautiful. Responsive. And effective. Need to
Negative space is, in the world of art and design, the space that is around and between an object in an image. Negative space is often overlooked, but is important because it is the negative space that defines the positive space and equals out the design while balancing out the composition.
If you’re like me, you want a good opt-in on your site. What’s an opt-in? An opt-in is that little box that allows people to subscribe (or “opt-in”) to your newsletter, emails, etc. You can use a variety of different
How’s that for a title? First of all, let me answer the question that’s on many people’s minds…. “What is a hamburger menu?” A hamburger menu sounds like what you’d see at a burger joint, but in the world of
Using large images and photographs as a background on your website is all the rage right now. And with help from advanced lossy compression systems, such as tinypng.com, you can use them without loss of image quality or loading speed.
Say WHAT? You read that right. An SSL Certificate does not secure your site. This is a common misconception that needs to be cleared up. What is an SSL certificate? SSL Certificates are small data files that digitally bind a
Actually, Mobilegeddon, as we liked to call it, happened this past April. April 21st to be exact. That was the date that Google said they would start including mobile-friendliness as a factor in their search rankings. We’ve been in business