Category: Website Performance

New Website Lunched: Paul T. Scarborough

New Website Lunched: Paul T. Scarborough

We have launched a brand-new website for Paul T. Scarborough, Artist. Our latest website design is semi-custom, mobile-friendly responsive, WordPress Content Management System (CMS), SSL certificate and website hosting. Paul T. Scarborough is originally from Madison, Wisconsin and graduated from the Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale, FL. He moved to... Read More »

New Web Design: Drain Wizard Plumbing

New Web Design: Drain Wizard Plumbing

We have just launched a brand-new website for Drain Wizard Plumbing and Rooter Service, LLC. This new website is semi-custom, built using the WordPress Content Management System (CMS), is mobile-friendly responsive, has an email contact form (with auto-response) and SSL certificate. It is super fast with a very high Google... Read More »

New Web Design: Page Air, Inc.

New Web Design: Page Air, Inc.

A brand-new website for Page Air, Inc. has just been launched! This is a redesign of their old website (which we also created for them over 5-years ago). Their new web design is semi-custom and built with the WordPress CMS blogging platform; it is mobile-friendly responsive, has an animated image... Read More »

Website ADA Compliance

Web Design & ADA Compliance If you are a business owner, you know the importance of having a quality website that is available to anyone in the world… but if your website is not ADA compliant then it isn’t accessible to those individuals with certain disabilities. Even worse, failure to... Read More »

The Eagle Has Landed… A Guide to Landing Pages

So what exactly is a “landing page” and how is it different from a standard website page? A “landing page”, sometimes called a “lead capture page”, is a standalone single web page with a simple design, no navigation and most importantly, a clear “call to action”. Landing pages are most... Read More »

12 SEO Tips

Well the holidays are finally over, 2017 is in our rear-view mirror and all of your unwanted presents have been returned.. So now what? Well it is back to work!.. and what better way to get back into the swing of things then talking search engines, algorithms and page rank?... Read More »

The Year of HTTPS and SSL Certificates

While 2017 might be the Year of the Rooster in the Chinese zodiac, in the web design world 2017 is the year of HTTPS/SSL certificate. Before we find out exactly why that is, it is first important to understand what HTTPS and SSL certificates are. The Quick Answer HTTPS and... Read More »

The Importance of User-Friendly Website Design & Functionality

The term "user-friendly" may be a term you can get tired of hearing, like Adele’s music. In the business of web design, however, it is a term that can never be overstated. It is perhaps the most important element of web design. It is the ultimate goal of all web... Read More »

Florida Web Design Tips to Improve Leads: The 5-Second Rule

No matter how great your web site looks visually or how high its SEO ranking is, the bottom-line is that if it doesn’t generate leads then it is doing you no good. Here is a tip designed to increased website leads once someone actually arrives your web site. The 5-Second... Read More »

Google Has Begun Penalizing Non-Mobile Friendly Websites

Included in the latest algorithm update from the world’s #1 search engine Google, any web site not optimized for a mobile device will be penalized in the search results. However Google does not see it as a penalizing those website that are not mobile friendly but instead as rewarding those... Read More »