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.
In our “Year in Review” article, Sarah looks back at all the exciting events, activities, and successes TradeMark Media experienced in 2014.
In this article on website content audits, Jason discusses why content audits are imperative for keeping websites fresh and shares useful strategies to help you inventory, evaluate, and update the content on your website.
In this article on Google AdWords, Patrick shares insight on how to measure your success with Google Ads to determine if AdWords is a good fit for your business.
Consider this article Google AdWords 101, where Patrick gives an overview of how Google Ads work, outlines how campaigns are organized, and shares useful resources to shape your AdWords strategy.
Web projects are most successful when numerous stakeholders are involved in shaping the design and vision for a website. This article shares useful strategies and tips to prepare for a website redesign, ensuring that your website meets your users’ and organization’s goals and needs.
In the Web design world, “you get what you pay for” couldn’t be closer to the truth. This article helps clarify the website redesign process, lays out project costs, and breaks down what you can expect to get for your money.
A website is set up for success when it effectively communicates a business’s message, grabs the audience’s attention, and is accessible across devices. This article highlights some design trends that TradeMark Media uses to help its clients accomplish these goals.