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21 Best Examples of Effective Mobile Website Design [+Video]

By: Christine Austin on September 10th, 2018

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Mobile websites have begun to look, work, and perform better than ever as we have progressively begun to consider various device sizes in our designs. The restrictive nature of mobile has forced marketers, designers, and developers to consider the implications of specific functionality on smaller screen sizes. This allows the best responsive to separate themselves and stand out as amazing examples of excellently executed mobile web design.

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8 Reasons Behind Why People Are Leaving Your Website [Infographic]

By: Christine Austin on September 9th, 2018

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You’ve designed a great website with all the best details in mind. You have edited the content three times over and think the page truly stands up against those you aspire to be like -- so, why aren't your visitors sticking around? 

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21 Award-Winning Website Designs & What They Did Right

By: Christine Austin on May 23rd, 2018

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The internet is full of some amazing and inspiring websites. These special snowflakes are the ones who find innovative ways to utilize every possible design and technological boundary to their advantage to create experiences that many organizations wish they had. Finding these diamonds in the rough can be an incredible challenge, especially if you are unsure of where to start.

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3 Reasons Your Infographics Suck (And How to Avoid Them) [Infographic]

By: Joe Rinaldi on May 6th, 2018

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The most successful types of marketing campaigns are relatable, engaging, and memorable. Infographics are a perfect example of an engaging piece of content. According to HubSpot, since 2014 the use of infographics in B2B marketing has increased in popularity from 9% to almost 62%. This is partly due to the visual nature of infographics that make it easier to interpret information.

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5 Prep Secrets for a Smoother (More Successful!) Website Project [+Infographic]

By: Ashleigh Respicio on April 24th, 2018

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We’ve all heard them before, the tales of a seemingly “simple” website projects that turned into nightmares. These stories don’t just come from one side of the project though. From an agency perspective, I have heard them from both the clients as well as the project managers. The projects start with an amazing proposal, clearly laid out. “Should be a breeze!” they say. “This will be an easy one.” Except that is very rarely the case.

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5 Ways to Improve Your Website Load Time & Performance in 2018

By: Christine Austin on March 22nd, 2018

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The world moves fast. When the new iPhone comes out, many rush to be the first to see, play, and review it. When there’s breaking news, people are glued to their TV screens waiting for updates while reporters scramble to be the first to deliver.

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How to Choose the Right Visual Content for Your Goal [Infographic]

By: Joe Rinaldi on March 3rd, 2018

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Over the past year we’ve seen more and more companies focusing on producing visual content. The combination of using powerful tools like video, gifs, and infographics and social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest putting more emphasis on visual content make it obvious that this is the direction the marketing industry is moving.

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12 Little Things You’re Doing to Hurt Your Design Workflow [Infographic]

By: Joe Rinaldi on February 10th, 2018

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Whether you’re the VP of Marketing, an Account Manager, or even a CEO, everyone has a preferred process or workflow when it comes to website design. These workflows keep your team running efficiently while saving you a ton of frustration and time in the long run. Unfortunately, it can be difficult to find an efficient workflow that works and even more difficult to keep it current.

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