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We all know the name Internet Explorer - from the late 1990’s through the early 2000’s, IE was THE tool for browsing the internet. Whether for business or pleasure, Internet Explorer was a household name. Fast forward to 2019 and Internet Explorer has faded into the background in favor of other browsers like Chrome, Firefox, and Safari, or the less popular, and less useful, Microsoft Edge. While most individuals have migrated away from Internet Explorer in favor of more robust browsers, there are a handful of businesses who still use Internet Explorer despite the fact that all development of new features on the platform has stopped and support is basically non-existent as of 2015. Given the current selection of browser options, why on earth would a business choose to remain linked to Internet Explorer?

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Tipster: How to Choose a Web Design Company

Tipster: How to Choose a Web Design Company

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Selecting a web development and design company can be a daunting task, especially for the newer business or small business development team. It is important to think ahead and understand, to the best of your ability, the parameters of your project...

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The Art of Making Your Website More Engaging

The Art of Making Your Website More Engaging

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‘Engagement’ may seem like just another buzzword in the digital marketing niche. And it is. But this time around there’s a reason for the buzz. Engagement is a vital concept and focus for a business’ success online, especially with Google pointing...

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Tips for Creating Effective Usability Tests

Tips for Creating Effective Usability Tests

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In usability testing, a product or service is evaluated by testing it on an end user. The advantage is obvious: it gives direct and specific input on how people use the product. Don’t let usability testing be mistaken for opinion gathering; that is...

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What to Look For in an Agency

What to Look For in an Agency

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Search the web and you’ll stumble on millions of web design and web development agencies, thousands of which are in your own city (or claim to be so). However, because you want only the best for your project, you’ll need to be very selective and...

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6 Secrets All New Web Designers (and their Clients) Should Know

6 Secrets All New Web Designers (and their Clients) Should Know

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Web design is one of the most exciting fields around. It allows you to unleash your creativity and combine it with technical skills to create a digital masterpiece that reaches out to thousands of people on a daily basis. However, there are certain...

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Use Your Site’s Content to Gain More Sales

Use Your Site’s Content to Gain More Sales

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Ever since the conventional means of advertising have taken a backseat, businesses of all sizes and genres are espousing digital marketing strategies to enhance brand awareness, draw in revenue and create a lasting impact. If you wish to generate...

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Top 5 Reasons Why Your Website Needs to be Responsive

Top 5 Reasons Why Your Website Needs to be Responsive

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Regardless of a website’s needs or purpose, making it mobile friendly is critical to its success in a world where mobile is ubiquitous. In the wake of Google’s so-called Mobilegeddon, most businesses are jumping on the bandwagon and looking for ways...

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Is Your Website Up-To-Date? Check Out These Top 5 Trending Design

Is Your Website Up-To-Date? Check Out These Top 5 Trending Design

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Much like the realm of fashion, web design fads come and go. There’s no “one design to rule all” formula, since web designing is construed more of an art than a scientific entity. Some design trends are dictated by a shift in industry, some by...

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Don’t Lose Your Users! Make Your Website Navigation Simple

Don’t Lose Your Users! Make Your Website Navigation Simple

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Imagine yourself being unceremoniously dumped in the midst of an intricate labyrinth, left alone to find your way around. Without a map, you keep hitting dead ends and ultimately lose track of where you started from. Even if the labyrinth is a...

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