Tags: ‘web design’

Cyber Monday: Why E-Commerce is Important for Your Business

“Cyber Monday” is now apart of the common vernacular around the holidays and has equal weight as its older shopping juggernaut event day, “Black Friday.” However, that hasn’t always been the case. Yes, there was a time before Cyber Monday! The term Cyber Monday was actually coined by Ellen Davis back in 2005, before we […] Read more

New Google Services: Grow With Google and Veteran Small Business

Here at Stand And Stretch, we use Google daily and depend on their services to communicate with clients, staff, and develop our business and our clients’ interests. As a Google Partner, we try to relay valuable information to the public about what exciting ideas Google is cooking up out there in California, and how it […] Read more

Create and Test Multi-Layer Web Design with Origami Studio

Have you ever wanted to see the final product of your social media promotion before it went live? What if your design team could all preview and make edits to the prototype before fully committing with an uncomplicated, free downloadable program? With Origami Studio you can create multi-layered design prototypes for all social media promotions […] Read more

Mobile-First Web Design vs. Desktop-First Web Design

In the United States alone, more than 69% of the population uses mobile devices. Including tablets and smartphones, that’s well over half of a target audience who regularly accesses websites, social media, and more, from the mobility of their own hands. What’s more impressive, however, is that stats are far higher overseas, edging up to […] Read more

WordPress Updates to 4.9.1; What it Means for Your Website

If you’re like a majority of the WordPress-using population, from time to time you see notifications for upgrades. You click and run them, and then you go on with life, without those little red reminder dots telling you that something needs to be done. But while those updates are taking place, so are actual changes […] Read more

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Mobile-First Web Design vs. Desktop-First Web Design

The Internet is becoming more and more accessible. With data towers being put up all over and smartphones working faster and longer, users can access virtually any website from anywhere … that is, any website that’s made mobile friendly. Pages that haven’t been formatted for tablets or smartphones are generally hard to view, don’t load […] Read more

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Why Your Website Is Not Enough Anymore.

There.  I said it. Your website is beautiful. It’s got that ‘wow’ factor and you spent the dough to make it come to life in the vision of your company. There is only one problem…you are the only one visiting it. Like many of our past clients and businesses alike, just having an amazing website is […] Read more

Deciding on Technology: The Flash and HTML5 Argument

As we move closer into the Interactive Product Market, I find myself in many conversations about the best tools. The biggest argument that bubbles up is the separation of Flash and every other product that tries to be Flash. As a Flash Designer and Developer for 5 years and several major projects under my belt, […] Read more