Posts Tagged ‘website’

10 things to ask your web developer

In the late 1990s, services like Geocities allowed individuals and businesses to claim a spot on the world wide web and build simple websites and share their message with the world. Times have surely changed; the web has become a more sophisticated beast, and web users’ expectations have changed in turn. We want to help…

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Web Wednesday – June 6, 2012

Web Wednesdays – each Wednesday we will feature a website that we’ve come across while in our process of searching for inspiration, the latest trends, or learning about anything and everything we can get our hands on that interests us. This week I am introducing a new non-profit program, called Wishbone. Wishbone targets lower- class…

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What makes a great website?

Someone recently asked me, “What makes a great website?” It was a loaded questions, but I still did my best answering it. Objective! A great web design process is cyclical and is goal-oriented – idea/brainstorming, design and development, measure/analyze, learn, and then back to new ideas to meet your objectives. Don’t think of how website…

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2011, A Year in Development, ESCO

Lucky Number 13 on our list of launches is ESCO! ESCO enjoys the reputation across the industry as the leader in high-quality energy efficiency lighting and the committed service, competitive pricing and know-how that comes along with it. To say the least, they have been around a while and needed a facelift. ESCO hired DIF…

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2011, A Year in Development, Michon Associates

With 25+ years of experience in her field, Sandy Michon is at the top of her game. Relaying that with a website design, while looking contemporary, and edgy, was her goal. In the design process we incorporated bold color with simple details. An open and airy layout with a sense of business longevity flirting with…

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2011, A Year in Developlment, Butler Carpet and Upholstery Cleaners

Butler Carpet and Upholstery Cleaners is a well-established business that has garnered a reputation for excellence over the past thirty years. They came to us looking for a website that shows the dedication they have to their customers and knowledge needed for the business, their previous website was just not portraying a company of 30…

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2011, A Year in Development, Precision Auto

Our second installment brings you the likes of James Sephenson and the crew at Precision Auto Repair in downtown Springfield. James approached us with a slew of concerns regarding his website. First of which was the look of the website itself – it looked outdated and unimpressive. He then asked us to create a strategy…

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2011, A Year in Development

2011 was a great year for DIF Design, and we had a little trouble keeping up with announcing our new website launches. So, each day (business day, that is) until the year closes, we will announce a new website we launched this year. Without further ado, today’s launch announcement comes directly to you from everyone’s…

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Own your website content

Many online marketing experts and social media gurus will tell you to utilize the power of free advertisement and global reach of social media networks such as Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and many others. I give the same advise to our customers in their journey to grow their business online. One thing that I always remind…

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Web Wednesday – November 30, 2011

Web Wednesdays – each Wednesday we will feature a website that we’ve come across while in our process of searching for inspiration, the latest trends, or learning about anything and everything we can get our hands on that interests us. Wow! I can’t believe it’s the last day of November already (don’t forget to check…

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