Web design trends change just about every year, especially if we’re talking about a constantly growing market like Denver web design. It can be hectic to try and keep up with them when you’re trying to create the best designs possible for your site while maintaining your clients’ sites too. Yet, this is the challenge we accept as front-end web developers/designers.
What if I told you there was an easy, non-invasive way to market your brand to people who actually want you to engage with them? I’m not talking about some magical organic remedy that will have you ranking at the top of Denver web design organic rankings or buying a list of emails to bombard with constant spam. I’m talking about something you probably see every day and may not pay very much attention to.
You may not be familiar with the jargon of the web and all this emerging technology nowadays but, more than likely, you’re familiar with the results with the Denver web design process. Does the term native app ring a bell?
There’s no denying that as of the last thirty to forty years our technology has been exponentially growing. What does this mean exactly? What it means is that we’ve entered an age of innovation.
There are many things you can do to bring your site load time down to that magical three second mark. Today we’re going to focus on the benefits of one way; AMP’s.
There are countless engaging elements that you can add to any site. From beautiful pictures to eye-catching transitions between sections, all with the intention of keeping visitors engaged and thrilled to stay or come back to your site at a later time.
You might have heard the term used but are not quite familiar with it. Was is an SVG? A Scalable Vector Graphics file, simply put, is a vector file (an image that’s easier to change) that will work on a website.
I’m not going to call this an emerging trend but it seems to be something that was put on the back-burner for far too often…and Google has noticed. To be fair, it’s not like they never considered the user experience important, in fact, that was the whole reason Google was created in the first place.