In case you missed it, 2014 was the year when everyone officially had to stop thinking about the digital world from a desktop perspective. For years, we’ve watched as smartphone and tablet online usage steadily gained ground on desktops. 2014 was the year that they pulled seriously into the lead. Desktop usage is well and […]
Tag: web design
Your Online Home: Rethink. Redesign. Rebrand.
Is your website or brand more ho-hum than hot stuff? Are your products and services stellar but your web brand, not so much? Is your digital home representative of your business persona? Does your brand lend itself to leads and as many sales as you deserve or might it hamper your superstar staff, and stellar […]
Cool Kids Create Code
Programming can be kid’s play with a bright, engaging new app designed to teach the basics of functional coding to ages 8-12. The visually based, free Hopscotch app encourages creative programming skills by allowing scripts to run simply by dragging and dropping various objects into place. The Ramey Perspective: We love this concept. Children easily […]
Web Browsers and the Cost of the Lowest Common Denominator
One of the key aspects of initial Web planning involves thinking about how various Web browsers can either enhance, or detract, from an intended user experience. Modern browsers inherently have up-to-date capabilities and embrace emerging Web developments, while older browsers like Internet Explorer 8 (IE8) present confounding restrictions and a less rewarding involvement with your […]