What is CMS?

Has it been several years – or maybe more – since your company website was updated? Maybe you've heard the term "CMS" tossed around and are wondering what it's all about. Today, many sites are being programmed using a CMS platform, and yours probably should be, too.

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Before & After: BerkleyNet Portal Design

We recently completed a long-term web design project for BerkleyNet, a leading provider of workers compensation services. Our task? To completely revamp their heavily-used agent and policyholder web portals.

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Read Our New Design Case Studies

We've posted a handful of new case studies on recent web design projects. Have a look here to see how we helped clients like Triad Tech Partners, Crisis1, and ReveraGen with brand new looks and functions for their corporate websites.

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Using Professional Photography on Your Website

One of the hallmarks of a good corporate website is having a great-looking About Us or Staff section, where the employees' photographs are consistent with the corporate profile, and look the absolute best they can. How do you achieve this? Time to call a professional photographer.

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4 Secrets of Managing Multiple Projects

We had a busy autumn and winter, launching a handful of websites, several print projects, online campaigns and presentations. There's nothing like juggling multiple projects to highlight the value of time-management and streamlining. Here are some not-so-hidden secrets that work for us:

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Website: Before & After

Triad Technology Partners' Website Morphs to Phase II

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The 5-Minute Website

How much time do you spend on any given website? The attention span of the average user is getting shorter (5.23 minutes per website, down from 5.49 minutes in 2009). It presents a great exercise in condensing your website's marketing message. You have five minutes! Plus, you want users to come back.

Here's five for five:

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Why You Need Website Maintenance

We see it all the time: A dynamic, great-looking website is launched, and then . . .  sits there. Why have a website if it's not being used to bring in new customers or service the current ones? It's a head-scratcher for any web developer, and certainly for any marketer.

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