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What Is Google Beacon? We Explain (Plus, Here's How the Google's Project Beacon Affects SEO)

Nov
06
What is google beacon?

It's that time again. Google is raising the marketing bar with another new product offering.

Google Beacon is the latest in a long list of tools from the search engine giant.

Just like with My Business, Gmail, Maps, and YouTube, the...

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Mar
18
Preparing for Google's Mobile-Friendly Search

Preparing for Google's Mobile-Friendly Search

Google believes finding mobile-friendly search results needs a shot in the arm, and your website needs to prepare for the upcoming changes.

The Future of Web Searches

The meteoric rise in mobile device usage has already been addressed by responsible web design teams in Denver....

Mar
16
Animations in Web Design

Making the Most out of Animations in Web Design

It's a great way to flex your "design muscle", but responsible and targeted use of animations is the true sign of a great web designer. Today we're going to highlight three extremely important tips for using animation correctly throughout your website.

Animate for a Reason

Some of your...

Mar
09
Pitfall of Building Backlink Relationships

Pitfall of Building Backlink Relationships

After launch, the hard work of crawling up the search results begins with a search engine optimization (SEO) campaign. The real legwork of any SEO campaign begins with building backlinks with authority websites.

Good...
Mar
02
Improving User Experience

2 KPIs for Improving User Experience

Denver websites are implementing innovative navigation and landing pages on virtually a daily basis. However, effective web design requires some sort of data about the effectiveness of the design.

User experience (UX) is an umbrella term for the ways in which a user interacts with your...

Feb
27
Flat Design Will Continue in 2015

Flat Design Will Continue in 2015

Web development revolves around starting and latching onto trends, and the flat design dominance won't be going away anytime soon.

What is Flat Design?

Minimalist design with simple, clear interfaces and flat illustrations are the hallmarks of flat design. Menu navigation is often paired...

Feb
25
HTML Meta Tag Usage

HTML Meta Tag Usage

True to its name, a meta tag is a self-referential element added to web pages for storing information about itself. It might seem a bit odd to add such a thing, but meta tags actually have functionality beyond setting a page description or upping the keyword count for...

Feb
23
Organizing Your Social Media Content with Hashtags

Organizing Your Social Media Content with Hashtags

Virtually every major social media platform has added hashtag support, and each platform has instituted hashtag rules and sorting to match the needs of their users.

Properly incorporating useful and creative hashtags is the perfect way to increase brand exposure, broaden blog visibility,...

Feb
20
Mobile Accessibility

Web Design Considerations for Improving Accessibility

Hours upon hours are spent refining and simplifying code, multiple wireframe designs are tweaked to near-perfection, and user experience (UX) teams constantly research user interaction with their upcoming website launch.

It's pretty common to get lost in the rush to provide a client with...

Feb
18
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3 Resources for Generating Blog Content

We've previously covered ways to connect your blog posts to social media and directly interact with your readers.

By far, the most common problem for any consistent blog is finding blog post topics which balance search engine...

Feb
16
Improve Page Load Times with CSS Optimization

Improve Page Load Times with CSS Optimization

Here at SiteWired we've previously discussed the importance of speedy loading times when developing a new website for our customers. Every web designer's goal is to deliver an engaging layout with the perfect user interface (UI). However, connection speeds and processor power vary greatly...

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