2016 Website Design Trends to Consider Before Creating Your Site

We’ve seen a lot of companies moving towards a cleaner, simpler experience for website users. Whether you’re a designer, a developer, or you just love websites, you can learn something by taking a look at how they’re doing it. Get ready to be inspired! Animation Leaving behind the early, gaudy days of the web, which was flush with flashing gifs, animated bars, buttons, icons and dancing hamsters, animation today means creating interactive, responsive actions that

Wrike: Increase Productivity, Collaboration, and Integrate Your Content Production

I’m not sure what we’d be able to do without a collaboration platform for our content production. As we work on infographics, white papers, and even blog posts, our process moves from researchers, to writers, to designers, to editors and our clients. That’s simply too many people involved to be passing files back and forth between Google Docs, DropBox or email. We need processes and versioning in order to push progress forward on dozens of

Internet Explorer Still Top Browser for Viewing Email

The folks at Litmus have released this infographic, Internet Explorer Still Top Choice for Web-Based Email. I think that always comes as a surprise to those of us in the online industry – who gravitate to Chrome and Safari, but we often lose sight of who our clients are and the corporate environment they’re in. This is where IE is heavily implemented without too many options. Email and web users worldwide have access to more

Chrome: More Fun with Search Engines

Now that Chrome is available for the Mac, I’ve been messing with it all day and absolutely love it. The ability to troubleshoot sites with it is incredible… whether it’s a CSS or a JavaScript issue. One thing I always like messing with is the default search engine or list of engines – regardless of whether it’s Firefox or Safari. I search my own site often enough that I usually add that to the list.