Category Archives: Web

Tech Fights: DIY vs. Managed Websites

We pit 2 tech opponents against each other, Techo a Techo. No file is left unindexed. Tech Fights: DIY vs. Managed Websites compares the Security, Price, Agility, Design, SEO, Accessibility, User Experience, and Time Commitment for Do it Yourself websites and Managed Websites. Definition A DIY or Do It Yourself website is where you find […] Mobile Friendly #MobileFriendly

Kalia Flooring and Design center is a local company with its show room in Murray, Utah. Kalia operates with the philosophy of a no-pressure atmosphere. They’re there to help you with your home renovation projects whether you decide to purchase a backsplash or 5,000 square feet of solid hardwood flooring. Customers appreciate the knowledge and […]

Legacy Lawn and Landscape

Legacy Landscaping Website Redesign

We recently designed, coded, and launched a new mobile-friendly website for Legacy Lawn and Landscape. Legacy Lawn and Landscape performs a wide variety of landscaping projects. They are experienced professionals who will guide you through the design, construction, and maintenance of your project. Check out their new site.

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Mobile Madness – Mobile-Friendly Websites

Google made a huge announcement on February 26 about search results that could potentially affect your website being found by searchers on Google.  Starting April 21, 2015 Google will use mobile-friendliness as a ranking signal. Google’s goal is to give each user the best result possible, they have developed a complex algorithm that takes many […]

Welding tank at OP Tanks

OP Tanks Website

At the beginning of the year we created and launched a new website for OP Tanks. OP Tanks is a producer of custom water and oilfield tanks, frac tanks, frac mas­ters, and other metal products headquartered in Ogden, Utah. Check it out here,  

A goal Oriented website - Pope Tech

Creating a goal-oriented website

When I first sit down with any client who wants web help I first ask the following questions:   What Goals will your website accomplish? Could you prioritize your goals by importance?   I have found that without asking these questions your website will inevitably fall into one or all of the following situations: impossible to […]