How Mobile Devices Are Transforming Web Design

In 2012, Google conducted a survey that concluded that 38% of all online media was consumed by smartphones.  By the end of 2014, only 3 years later, Smartphones will be used to access 60% of the media.  Beyond that, technology trend-watchers suggest that it could go as high as 85% — or even higher.

So it should come as no surprise that the massive shift to the smaller screens common to mobile devices are having a direct effect on Web Design and the manner in which content is delivered on websites.  We’ve recently witnessed the emergence of Responsive Web Design (RWD), which allows a website to adapt seamlessly to various screen sizes, resizing, rearranging and/or discarding graphic, textual and media content so that it can be navigated easily and be seen on some screens that aren’t much larger than a business card.

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Do you have backups of my website and what’s the process to restore my website if something happens?


All websites hosted with us are set up on a seven day rolling backup schedule. This means that as of today January 7th, we have seven backups of your website. The backups are taken early in the morning during normal low traffic times, so that little to no changes occur during the backup process.

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Why You Need a Responsive Website

If you’re not familiar with the term “Responsive Web Design” (RWD), you’re not alone. Although it is the singular topic of discussion among professionals in the web industry, it has only recently come to the attention of business owners. For companies of all kinds, it has quickly risen to become a top priority for 2014 — the sooner a business can build a responsive site the better.

What is Responsive Web Design?

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5 Reasons to Update Your Internet Browser

Uugh. I know updating your internet browser seems like such a chore, one you gladly let slide, but it’s an important step for security, internet speed, website viewing, aesthetics and web developer sanity.

Please consider upgrading to one of the following 5 browsers:

Google ChromeMozilla FirefoxApple SafariOperaMicrosoft Internet Explorer

Need some convincing? Read 5 reasons to update:

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