the evolution of Web Design
When we examine trends, it’s helpful to look at where we’ve come from, where we are now, and in what direction we’re headed.
We’ve clearly come a long way in the evolution of web sites to our current web standards, but it seems that most web sites aren’t as fully developed as they could be. Instead, they’ve become cookie cutter.
There is a sameness to them—that is an outgrowth of some very practical issues—but often their lack of customization makes them less than ideal for the web site owner.
Great choice! You’ve built your web site using WordPress. It is our preferred CMS and the tool we use to build all of our client web sites here at Visible Logic.
Now that your site is launched, you want to keep the content updated and site maintained.
It’s that time of year. You may be creating a budget with plans to upgrade your web site in 2017. Or, you may be hoping to fast-pace your web site project and launch your updated site at the start of 2017.
Before you jump into the process, it’s helpful to create a list of what you want to improve. Defining your goals will help you understand what features are most essential to your new web site, who is the best partner for you, how much money you might expect to spend and how long it will take.
Face it, getting a new web site finished is a big project. If you are clear with these details, the whole process is going to go a lot smoother.
This checklist should get you headed in the right direction
I thought it would be useful to create a post to help inform our clients on some basics for making their sites secure. Some quick and easy steps now can save you a lot of trouble later down the road.
Most of the web sites we design and build are corporate web sites, but recently we helped our client launch a new web site that took a trade magazine and turned it into an online news site.