Tag: Web

We compare two big web builders

The past few years have seen an explosion in the popularity of website builders, as more and more people claim their spots on the internet. But when it comes to knowing which one to pick, it can be confusing. Do you go with the builder sold by your domain broker or website host, or do you choose a builder known for beautiful design? If you choose the former (and we recommend that), Squarespace and WordPress are two of the biggest options out there for easy-to-use website building tools, along with extensive blogging and ecommerce features. However, which one should you

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SEO National Wins Bid to Optimize Web Traffic for Heat Cable Installer

A nationally recognized leader in search engine optimization, SEO National helps companies across the Wasatch Front and beyond to increase their search engine page rankings without resorting to paid advertising. This philosophy makes them an attractive business partner to many thriving companies attempting to expand their online customer base. SEO National is pleased to partner with Wasatch Heat Cable and assist another great Utah company in being discovered online.

Wasatch Heat Cable has been helping Utah homeowners manage rooftop snow and ice accumulation for nearly 20 years. With a background in construction, owner Eric Wimmer understands that although snow is

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Google Web Designer – Neowin

Create engaging, interactive HTML5-based designs and motion graphics that can run on any device

Google Web Designer is an advanced web application that’s built with HTML5 which lets you design and build HTML5 advertisements and other web content using an integrated visual and code interface. Using Google Web Designer’s design view you can create content using drawing tools, text, and 3D objects, and you can animate objects on a timeline. Once you’re done creating your content, Google Web Designer outputs clean human-readable HTML5, CSS3, and Javascript.

When you create advertising creatives with Google Web Designer, you can use a library

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The Era of Cookie-Cutter Web Design Is Ending

We’ve all seen clumsy-looking websites where the art and copy fail to mesh. The text hides an important piece of an image, the visual styles clash or the composition just seems imbalanced.

But Salesforce appears to be on the cusp of an automated remedy. In a study of 20,000 copyright-free images gathered from Unsplash, its UX research and design team found proprietary object-detection software could isolate and categorize subtle differences in media, vector graphics and formatted text.

This research could have broad application for the industry, said Sönke Rohde, a vice president who leads the team, particularly for companies and

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Web Design Tips: Elements of a Good Website

What separates a great website from the mediocre masses? Speed, stability, and style definitely matter, but there’s much more to it than that.

Winning websites are portals for visitors to explore a new world, learn about a brand, and ultimately become a customer.

We talked with some web-savvy business leaders to hear their thoughts on what makes for a great website, and how their own sites set them apart from the crowd.

Instant Action

A beautiful, balanced website is a sight to behold, but it needs to inspire action as well. Great websites create a sense of urgency and inspiration

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