When designing a website, you basically have two types of pages: a homepage and a subpage. While the homepage acts as the front door to your site, subpages most often include the important information about your business, like your services, products or company information. You only have one homepage, but you could have an almost …
There’s been an ongoing debate in our office, and I’m often challenged with it: Do websites still need a homepage button or link? I’ve been searching for the golden blog post or whitepaper to answer this question, and have yet to find it. So I’ll answer it myself.
With many of today’s top Web designers being young, creative minds eager to push the boundaries of design, it’s all too easy to overlook the user’s needs. This is especially easy to do with websites whose audience may include one of the largest generations in America – the Baby Boomers – responsible for well over half of all consumer purchases made in the U.S.
With a new year comes exciting new possibilities. These often come in the form of resolutions, but here at Evolve, we took a stab at predicting how several of the key aspects of the Web world might change in 2012.
Web designers and developers will have a hard time not getting addicted to Woopra because of its fun, attractive and easy-to-use interface. But how does this new analytics option stack up against one of its biggest and most popular competitors?