Posts made in October, 2012

Sculpted Body Pilates 0

Sculpted Body Pilates

Posted by on Oct 17, 2012 in blog

We were contracted by the owner of Sculpted Body Pilates of Atlanta, GA to design, and develoop a website that would introduce a new piece of Pilates equipment to the Atlanta Metro market place. We showed her the initial mock up of the design including colors, fonts, content, and video. She approved the mock up and we went to work. Not only did we shoot fresh and informative video for them, but we played a part in their social media campaign. Although the original design and feel of the project has changed since then, we delivered the web project leaving the Customer with exactly what they wanted. You can visit...

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To Post or Not to Post on the Home Page 0

To Post or Not to Post on the Home Page

Posted by on Oct 8, 2012 in blog news

I often hear the argument whether to post blog content on the home page or not. Having an Atlanta Web Design company, I can say that people are still not a big believer in content rich websites. I personally prefer it. I want to learn everything about the culture of that business in a very short time span. That seems to be backed up in the Web Design Industry. If I don’t see good content right away, I usually move on. Posting Blog content on your home page immediately draws your visitor in and keeps them on your site. I’ve put together a few suggestions that will make your home page “wow” your audience. Cater the content to your Audience Your home page content should focus on your customers’ needs and what you can offer them. It shouldn’t be all about you or proclamations of being the “the best in the business.” Think about your home page from your potential customers’ point of view, and make sure it answers the all-important questions: What is in it for me? What does this company offer that will make my life easier? How can I get involved, participate, or purchase? Be focused and concise Remember, you only have about three seconds to...

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Clients VS Web Developers 0

Clients VS Web Developers

Posted by on Oct 2, 2012 in blog news

There is something about the Client vs Web Developer that really bothers me. If I could pin one word in the precarious relationship between client and “web person”, that word would be TRUST.  In this business you hear some real horrific stories about web developers/designers leaving the client hanging out to dry. They either didn’t complete the project, or gave the client no means of communication after the project was over. Those kinds of stories leave potential new clients already on guard when you or I come walking through the door. But’s what’s the other side of the story? Is there personal responsibility for the Client to do some homework when asking a developer to create their website? I say “yes”. So my message to potential clients/customers is to make sure you are part of the process the whole way through your project. My message to Web Developers is understand the business so well, that you are willing to let a client go for the sake of doing quality work that you yourself can be proud of. It does you no good if a client doesn’t want to take a part in the creative process only to tell you later (after hours of design and coding) “I don’t like...

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