Category Archives for Web Design & Development
The digital landscape is shifting. Predictions are rolling in that suggest mobile and tablet device usage will overtake desktop usage sometime between 2014-2015. Add a 55% increase in smartphone subscriptions in 2012, along with the penchant users seem to have for reading their information on the web rather than in apps, and you’ll understand why [...]
It’s not every day you read a blog from a graphic designer at Howard Miller Associates. It’s not because we’re discouraged to write blogs, but more so because most designers aren’t very good writers. So, before you continue, reread the previous sentence.
There are some SEO practices that have become common when developing a new site (ability to edit title and meta tags, image alt properties, etc.) and there are others that can sometimes get overlooked. These are things that need to be discussed during the planning stages of your website. I compiled a list of important [...]
Adobe has finally given up on Flash and announced it is moving to HTML5. While this is news, it is part of the overall trend perplexing advertisers, graphic designers and affecting all Internet users. Alas, I am old enough to remember when typography was actually “cut and pasted.” I recall the pain and expense of [...]
A successful and dynamic website can most assuredly be achieved with smart design and function. Yet how can we make certain that these properties are equally attained? While a designer is expert in creating a visually appealing and easily navigated page, they may not be equally versed in implementing a smooth and glitch-free operation. A [...]