Because if you’re thinking about having a website designed, this is definitely something you want to consider, so listen up peeps! Plus it’s wicked cool, so there’s that too.
Before we get into telling you what responsive web design is, go here and slowly make the desktop browser thinner and wider. Do you see how the layout magically changes to fit the new width of the browser? See how you can make it really small and skinny just like the screen on a smartphone?
If you’re like many small business owners, you find yourself awake at night worrying about how to attract new business and keep your current customers coming back to you and not your competition. Well have I got a big ol’ can of Monster-B-Gone for you! You can attack that boogieman very effectively with engagement marketing!
Gamification is the new hotness and everyone and their nerd is talking about it!
The term “gamification” refers to the use of elements found in video games that have been translated into web design. Normally, you find gamification in customer-oriented web and mobile sites being used as a tool to get people to engage with a site and do stuff like take surveys, shop or read articles. It’s a great tool for marketers to use and it takes advantage of people’s natural desire to do fun stuff and get rewards.
The Internet would be way more exciting if every website was like a game, wouldn’t it?
What makes a blog fun to write is its conversational style. In a blog, it’s okay once in a while to break some rules of grammar in order to write the way people actually speak. But there are some rules that are broken all over the place—on billboards and restaurant menus and newsletters that should never be broken. These grammatical mistakes aren’t just fodder for late-night TV hosts to poke fun—they often diminish credibility and could cause a loss in business.
Have you ever been looking at a menu in a restaurant and noticed a description that looks something like this?