Check out this very informative article that details some of the issues that e-commerce sites experience when dealing with search engine optimization (SEO). Read more at searchengineland.com.
“Search engine optimization (SEO) is challenging, but SEO for large e-commerce websites is a different kind of beast. Not only are you dealing product inventory and adding new pages constantly, but you’re also not the only one responsible for the website.”
Get inspired with these 25 awesome case studies explaining what it means to design with personality. Read more at Canva.com.
“Think about some of the friends in your life right now. Who are the standouts? And why? For the most part, it will be the ones with whom you feel the greatest connection. The reason? The unique qualities of their personality gel with the unique qualities of your personality. That connection you feel can mean the difference between a good friend and a great friend.”
To Our Valued Clients,
The following is an important announcement regarding your domain:
There is an important change coming after June 23rd, 2015.
The program being enacted is called the Whois Accuracy Program. This is not optional and all ICANN Registrars are or will be subject to it.
It means that you, the domain registrant will need to start “confirming” your domain registration details by following a link that is emailed to you at certain times within your domain’s life cycle.
Most importantly: failure to comply with a request to verify your contact details under the Whois Accuracy Program will cause your domain to be suspended and to cease resolving on the internet.
This program is in a word: terrible. And it’s rife for abuse. One provider explained the program in detail in the post: “Unfortunately, we have renewed our ICANN accreditation”, which you need to read and understand well ahead of the implementation date.
Many Robintek customers rely on us to manage their domain name; keeping it renewed and handling issues like this. For those customers nothing will change. If Robintek is listed as the owner of the domain name we will manage these Whois accuracy requests. Any customer managing their own domain name will have to pay special attention to those email requests to ensure that there is no interruption of service.
If you have any questions concerning this notice, please email us at email@example.com or call 614-888-3001.
The Robintek Team
Get inspired with these awesome examples of website designs that incorporate supersize typography in different and creative ways. Read more at Line25.com
“This supersize typography cleverly plays two roles; it introduces the site with an attention grabbing title, while also forming part of the overall website design. You’ll see how most of these sites otherwise have solid colour backgrounds and minimal layouts to allow the text to take focus.”
Check out these new tools to help you build your next website in this article posted by Creative Bloq.
“No one enjoys debugging their work, so this month we’ve collected up a few tools that make it a bit easier. There’s CSS Dig, a Chrome Extension that exposes your CSS in a useful format so you can poke around and find inconsistencies; ES Feature Tests, which you might see as an alternative to caniuse; and Vorlon.js which helps you to test your code on lots of devices.”
Check out this collection of inspiring logo designs that incorporate clean, thin lines. View the full collection here at naldzgraphics.com.
“Logos today are more preferred to be clean, clear, and distinct. The simplicity makes it easier for people to perceive the design, thus making it easier to be described and remembered. With this current demand, designers have adapted the use of thin line in creating designs to their projects such as logos.”
Get inspired and check out these beautifully designed church websites, posted by Vandelay Design! Enjoy!
“For many churches the website is an invaluable communications tool. The website can be extremely useful for helping new people to find the church, which can increase the growth of the church. Also, the website can help regular attenders and church members to get information on programs and events of the church.”
Having a credible online reputation is a crucial component to standing out amongst the competition. Check out this article from Search Engine Land on how to build a credible online reputation.
“Marketing has changed for local businesses. The big, yellow books of yesterday are all but dead and buried. Today, searching for a local business will most likely start on a mobile device, and the selection process goes far beyond a simple print advert with some clever sales copy.”
Incorporating some aspect of pattern design in website design seems to be the newest trend in webdesign right now. Check out a few examples of how to incorporate this trend into you next design project. Read more at WebDesignerDepot.com
“2015 has inherited a lot of trends from previous years, there’s been a steady evolution of ideas — Flat Design into Material Design for example — but nothing as revolutionary as Responsive Design. Patterns serve a variety of purposes, from communicating a brand value, to adding motion to an interface, to enlivening the simple blocks of color that flat design favors. And the use of patterns, although not scientifically categorizable, falls into one of five broad and inter-related categories.”
Facebook will retire it’s plugin Like Box on June 23rd. Like Box is a page plugin that allows online users to like a page from other sites. The old Like Box plugin will be replaced with the new Page Plugin that will essentially function the same way but with a cleaner look and added functionality. For more information click here.