To use an overly simple analogy, website portals are like the beefy guy with the clipboard at the door of a club. Without the right information, you're not getting in.
Clients who come to us for a new website can get tripped up on the industry terms we throw around.
When the days get shorter and holiday displays appear, business owners are thinking about big plans for the new year.
B2B and B2C are the most common types of commercial transactions. B2B stands for business-to-business, and B2C stands for business-to-consumer.
Like Goldilocks, most web designers have their sweet spot.
If you’re a business owner, you probably know that your website can be more than just an online business card.
Clients who come to us for new websites have one thing in common — they care about their customers’ online experience.
If your website is serving its purpose — driving leads and improving sales for your business while making you an authority in your industry — then it has to be accessible. And to be accessible, people have to be able to see it — quickly.
"This is a business fable, but it's not like any business fable you've read before."
So begins Get a Grip, an illustrative guide for business leaders who are looking to take their companies to the next level.