If you’ve ever created an online course, you’re well aware of the time and effort that goes into planning and organizing your course content. The hours spent thinking about the flow and what information will go into each module. The action items you’ll need to create to help your learner put the content into practice. The time spent analyzing … [Read more...] about Creating an online course? Your life just got easier…and a lot more beautiful
With so many platforms and tools available for creating websites these days, it’s easier than ever to get a site up and running in no time–even if you don’t have a techy bone in your body. Before you start designing and building take the time to do a little research on the various content management systems (CMS’) available to you. Since there … [Read more...] about The Benefits of Choosing WordPress over Squarespace or Wix
Picture this: You’re relaxing at home, maybe hanging out with friends, maybe working on a project. You need to look something up -- where to buy a product; when a new movie will be released; how to complete a task. Chances are, your phone is within reach, making it convenient to pull up a mobile browser and look for the information you … [Read more...] about You Don’t Need a Mobile App: How and Why to Make Your Website Fully Responsive
Here at brandiD, we frequently get compliments on the styling of our horizontal opt-in areas. These are the call-to-action areas that we build, usually under the opening website banner on the homepage or in the footer of every page on a website. It's a nice way to provide a sign-up form without taking up a lot of space, but almost none of the … [Read more...] about Horizontal Opt-ins with Genesis eNews Extended
With the rise of retina displays, the need for crisp, clean, hi-resolution graphics has become more and more important on the web. Logos can be particularly tricky because they are often detailed vector graphics that don't resize especially well as the typical .png or .jpeg web formats. One alternative to these traditional image types is to use the … [Read more...] about Using SVG Logos with the WordPress Customizer
There are a lot of different ways to approach mobile websites: mobile themes, mobile sites, apps, responsive design, fluid design, and more. So what's the best approach, and how can I be sure that it's going to work for my users? We're glad you asked. :) Different approaches work well for different applications, but for most of our websites we … [Read more...] about What’s responsive? What will my site look like on mobile?