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5 Ways to Use Psychology-Based Web Design to Build Traffic to Your Site

5 Ways to Use Psychology-Based Web Design to Build Traffic to Your Site

Psychological research isn’t something you would expect web designers to use, yet it’s probably the most important tool in their toolbox for creating websites that get results. Since the early days of the Internet, psychologists have been conducting research to determine how the human mind interacts with websites. Results from these studies provide valuable information… Read More

10 Ways to Use Your Home Page to Improve Local SEO

10 Ways to Use Your Home Page to Improve Local SEO

If your online business provides a local service or has a brick-and-mortar presence, how confident are you that your website’s home page is attracting local customers? A good way to find out is to conduct a search by entering keywords that people would typically use for your type of business followed by your city or… Read More

5 Trend-Setting Examples of Flat Web Design

5 Trend-Setting Examples of Flat Web Design

Remember the expression, “Everything old is new again?” Such is the case with flat web design. It’s back and stronger than ever. Flat design is clean, uncluttered and minimalist, with a focus on content rather than glitzy design elements like 3D effects, shadows, bevels, gradients, etc., that add dimension and depth to a website. Why… Read More