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The first article in our new monthly series, “Writing for the Web.”
Sneak preview of our new offices on Webberville Rd. in east Austin!
Humans are genetically coded to enjoy and tell stories. Better than perhaps any other form of communication, storytelling can inspire, persuade, and instruct. Use these three points-of-view to help reveal and share your organization’s “story.”
During the early stages of a Web project — a stage we call “Discovery” — we’ll often ask our clients a question like, “If your business/organization were a person, who would it be?” It’s a precious question that we ask in order to gain additional insight — both into the organization and how our clients think about their organization.
Your website should have a fantastic user experience, but it is important to explore a number of user behavior myths before making any significant design changes.
Take a moment to meet the three newest members of our growing team.
Companies without mobile responsive sites could see their businesses suffer because they are becoming more invisible to the rapidly increasing number of mobile users looking for their products and services.
In this article on intuitive website menu design, Mike discusses how to determine the “right” amount of menu items for your website to help you organize your content and ensure your users are finding what they need.