Website Objectives Make a Difference


Designing a website is a big investment. It takes time, money and talent to make a successful site. Whether you hire a web design firm, an SEO firm or you do it yourself, you’ll need to have a clear understanding of your objectives for the site. If you don’t have…  


Choosing Your Website Color Scheme


What color is your website?  Do the colors influence visitor behavior?  Did you choose them strategically?  Should they, and should you? First, think about the colors you chose for your website.  They likely came from your logo or a “trend-setting” designer who may have been working on your website at…  


Short and Simple Website Copy


Keeping copy short and simple on your website can sometimes prove to be a challenge. Verbose writing can lead to more grammatical errors, rambling and just plain too much information. Say what you mean. Make it understandable. Keep it simple. In some instances, a longer explanation may be needed –…  


Dramatic Pictures for Your Website


Add dramatic images to posts

A picture may be worth a thousand words, or it may be worth its weight in gold.  On your website, if it captures even one client, it has proven its worth.  What pictures will deliver the best results?  Here are a few tips to keep in mind: Pictures should illustrate…  


Non-profit Website Developed as a “Sister Site”


NPDESCompliance.org website launch

Our clients at the National Stormwater Center (NPDES.com) advocate for compliance with the Clean Water Act by providing training and certification for stormwater inspectors nationwide. They recently incorporated a non-profit organization with the goal of training ordinary concerned citizens in the practice of reporting non-compliance, to improve the rate at which…  




Partnerships and Associations

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