Mobilegeddon: Part II

By: Julia Archer and Rebecca Teaff It doesn’t seem like long ago when the internet world went into a frenzy to get their website optimized for mobile after Google announced they would begin penalizing websites that are not up to mobile standards (aka: Mobilegeddon: Part I). Now, Google will yet again update their mobile-friendly search…

Small Business Website

  It is important for you to have a website, but even more important to keep it up to date I recently attended a networking event one evening in Baltimore. New networking groups are popping up all the time for entrepreneurs trying to build new relationships, create strategic partnerships, and just be seen in the…

Website Redesign Groundwork in 4 Steps

Our portfolio is full of examples of website redesigns and our recent website design work. There is a lot of conversation regarding redesigning websites for mobile compatibility or simply refreshing your look for 2015. Jumping on the bandwagon feet first is tempting for many website owners. It is important to consider a few details before…

Adapting Your Website “Mobilegeddon”

On April 21, Google changed their search algorithm. Sites that are not mobile-friendly will now receive a lower ranking in searches on mobile devices. Rankings from searches on a desktop will not be affected. Google remains the overwhelming top choice for search engines, so this change has the potential to impact the ability of organizations…