This is a website blog category for topics relating to business practices, philosophy, ethics, business approach. Things to think about in small business.

This is Not a Pop Quiz: Website Redesign Preparedness

website redesignIt's Time For a Website Redesign.

You’ve put yourself through the paces, considered your needs, looked at the advantages and weighed the disadvantages. You’ve asked yourself the right questions and maybe some wrong questions too. What’s next?

Website Overhaul? How Can You Tell when it’s time for a redesign?

Is your website antiquatedIs Your Website Suffering From Neglect?

A website can and should be a vital part of your business. It's an important business asset. With changes in both technology, the rise of Mobile and the way people do business on the Internet, style and contextual evolution, it may be that you are pushing past the window of relevancy for your own most important marketing tool.

Play Nice With Others: The Impact of Customer Satisfaction on Your Business

customer satisfaction play nice with othersAre You Losing Customers?

Most people want to trust that someone has their back. This couldn't be more true when it comes to keeping your customers feeling cared about. And with their money and investments of time and effort on the line, your customers deserve it.

6 Things to Look for: Choosing a Web Design Company

choosing a web design companyWhat Are Your Priorities?

There are many factors that will come into play when you are looking for a web services firm to team up with to create or to redesign your website. We’ve spent some time identifying some of the six most important. We hope these points will be helpful to you no matter where you are located and that they contribute to making your decision easier.

Web Design in Our Community, Santa Barbara: Keeping It Local

local is goodThis Is Our Community But It's The People Who Matter

We’ve been privileged to make a contribution to our community with our web design & development services. We've gotten to team up with highly impactful local non-profits and great businesses. And also with awesome clients all across the country and the Atlantic Ocean, but it's particularly meaningful to work with the folks in our own back yard.