On April 21, 2015, Google is making a major change to the way it ranks websites which will affect mobile searches in all languages worldwide and will significantly impact Google’s search results. This change comes down to one very important criterion: whether your website or blog is fully optimized for mobile.
Web design and technology today are rapidly advancing to deliver information in more ways and more places than ever before. Is your website keeping up? If not, then we should talk. But before we do, take a look at these six key principles we employ to optimize the effectiveness of any website:
One of the most common questions clients ask our web design team is which content management system (CMS) we develop on and why. For Design4 – and most of our clients – the best platform is WordPress, a CMS that is robust enough to meet our client’s needs – from basic to complex – yet simple enough that they can have control over their own websites. Here are our top benefits of using WordPress:
We’re celebrating client victories across the country in the 2014 election – especially those in battleground states that resulted in Republicans gaining control of the U.S. Senate. With offices in Plant City and Washington, D.C., we provided consultation, messaging, TV, digital, and radio ad creation, media planning and placement, website design and voter guide research and production for state, regional and national policy and political clients.
The key to setting yourself apart in a crowded marketplace has historically meant having a defining brand. The digital-age key to relevance is engaging your audience online with meaningful content. How do you put both these keys into the same lock? With an effective web presence that:
- Displays your strengths and abilities,
- facilitates communication with your supporters, and
- motivates people to act and support your efforts.