Is it time for a website redesign?

Ryan Bush

Why Should You Consider a Website Redesign? Our top 5 reasons you may need an update to your website…  Your site is difficult to navigate. Is it hard to locate information on your website? If it is difficult for you, imagine your users’ experience. An easy to navigate site engages your users and allows them to easily get the information they are looking for. Your website is not responsive. Everyone uses their smartphone to search for seemingly everything. If your website is not responsive it will not appear correctly on mobile devices. Your website looks outdated. Your website is often the first impression people have of your business—use it to present your best image. An up to date website provides instant credibility to potential customers. You website is text heavy, or filled with outdated information. People navigate the internet very quickly, and they are not likely to stay on one… Read more!

Website Design for Mobile Devices

Jeb Molony

e-vos website design is a full service website design firm located in Charleston, South Carolina.  e-vos helps businesses design websites that clearly depict their message to their target audience. ________________________________________ Many website designs do not take into consideration the future of internet searches.  With the release of Windows 8 the hardware manufacturers ramped up their design of tablets, laptop/tablet hybrids, and flat laptops.  Most notably the Windows 8 platform centers around personal user experience similar to the IPad.  The Google Chrome book is a sleek netbook designed to search the internet and manage personal lives through Google accounts. Similar to the IPad the new Windows 8 platform and Google Chrome netbook will focus on a user's personal experience and encourage them to surf the internet.  As internet searches move to the new devices the need for websites which adapt to these device interfaces.  In addition to the tablet interfaces are… Read more!

Browser Customization Creates a Brand New Internet

Jeb Molony

     One of the issues we have recently dealt with when building websites is how the sites appear inside different browsers. An internet user accesses sites through computers, tablets, and phones each with a different operating system, different browser, and different settings. The recent push by major IT companies to capture internet users was demonstrated by Facebook’s $1 billion purchase of Instagram announced last week. Facebook, Microsoft, Google, Apple, and other companies are currently in a race to capture internet users’ traffic, and the application which acts as the user’s portal is their internet browser.      Google Chrome, Apple’s Safari, Microsoft’s Internet Explorer, and Firefox are the 4 most popular browsers currently on the market. Many internet users do not realize they can actually save their settings in a file and load their settings into a new device in order to maintain their settings and favorites. One of the… Read more!