One of the most important aspects of web design is, ironically, something that visitors never actually see, but certainly an experience and appreciate: structured data.
As you may have discovered, the question “how much does professional website design cost?” is one of those inquiries without a standard, definitive answer.
Noble Webworks is proud to be a leading Christian web design company headquartered in Bradenton, and serving clients throughout Central and South Florida.
Responsive design is about ensuring that web pages render quickly and properly on a variety of mobile devices.
To ensure that your business’s website is a profitable asset instead of a costly liability, below are 12 best practices for web design
A website is a great way to reach a large number of people while running a business. Here is why every business should hire a website designer.
In more technical terms, social proof is an interesting psychological phenomenon in which people consciously and subconsciously conform to the actions and attitudes of members of their peer group, because they perceive them to be appropriate, correct and safe. In less technical and more down-to-earth terms, social proof is simply something that helps people to decide which businesses to trust — and just as importantly, which businesses not to trust.
Your website is among your business’s most valuable assets, and functions as your flagship digital property. Noble Webworks’ comprehensive and cost-effective Wordpress Managed Hosting solution ensures that your website is consistently optimized for the best possible performance and secured against known and emerging threats.
According to research, it takes less than seven seconds for people to form a first impression. What’s more, it can take less than one-tenth of a second for people to start judging and determining critically influential traits like trustworthiness. To put this in perspective, it’s taking you more than one-tenth of a second to read this word (and this one…and this one!).
You’ve spent time and money developing your website so that it provides visitors with an impressive and engaging experience. And you may have also invested in search engine optimization (SEO) to help your business get found on Google, Bing, and other search engines. Obviously, these are critical pieces of the puzzle that drive your business forward, and help you stand out in a crowded, competitive marketplace.However, if you haven’t confirmed that your website is compliant with the American Disabilities Act, then you may find yourself on the receiving end of an angry complaint from a customer or group — or perhaps even threats of a lawsuit. If this could happen (or if it has happened already and you’re trying to figure out what’s going on), then keep reading — because this post could be one of the most important things you read all year.
It hopefully comes as no surprise to anyone reading this that here at Noble Webworks, we provide web design services (along with other related digital media and marketing solutions). And based on this obvious fact, it would certainly be safe and understandable for you to assume that when it comes to the question of “should we do DIY web design or hire a professional?” that we fall firmly in the latter camp. Except…we don’t! This requires some explaining.
This is a list and description of the contestants trying to win a free website in the 2012 non-profit website contest.
Information about the 2nd annual non-profit website contest.
Information about the 1st annual non-profit website contest.
The technology that builds the web has been continuing to advance but as it does the browsers that we use to experience the web have to be updated as well. With that in mind it's always a good idea to update your browser to the latest version available so that it properly displays web pages for you.
Many of our clients want to have input on the way their custom designed or re-designed web site will look and we encourage that participation and input from our clients. We know that you are the expert on your business and you usually have a pretty good idea about what your target audience is looking for.
Your domain name is a valuable asset to your company not only as your address on the internet but also as a search engine booster for the words contained in the name. However this article is not intended as a discussion on how to select a domain name but rather where and how to purchase your domain name.
Is the choice of colors for your website and print materials more than just a matter of personal preference? Does it really matter what color choices you make? Will your audience really feel differently because of the color combinations? The answer to all these questions is Yes, Yes, and Yes!
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