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We get this question all the time. This seems like the first thing you will think about before you decide that you want to have a website. Cost matters, but what also matters equally, is quality and functionality. For me to answer this question, I will usually ask my clients what are the functional requirements.. read more →

17 Apr 2013
April 17, 2013

Is your website mobile-ready?

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Not so long ago, browsing the Internet was done only on desktop computers. According to the article “Tablet Mobile Web Traffic Now Eclipses Smartphone Traffic” at ReadWrite.com, there has been a steady increase of web traffic going to tablets and smartphones globally. Considering the trends, it is easy to see that mobile devices will dominate.. read more →

Yes, you are reading right, only 6 steps. The best part is that we will hold your hands and walk you through the entire process from the moment you make contact with us. These steps are very simple and straight forward and can be very easy and fun with the right approach. Step 1: Talk.. read more →

31 Jan 2013
January 31, 2013

What makes an effective website?

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It is a common question we get from our clients who are getting a new website. It is our job to educate our clients and be able to incorporate those same policies in the design and layout of the websites we design and develop. There are several things that make a website effective and in.. read more →

In this digital age there are quite a few people who still ponder on the question “Do I really need to have a website?”. Whenever I am asked this question, my one word answer is “absolutely!”.  My answer is of this nature not because I can now have a potential client but because it is.. read more →

01 Jan 2013
January 1, 2013

10 Websites to Learn New Stuff

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Curiosity cannot kill the cat!

Curiosity cannot kill the cat if it’s the internet the cat is curious about. With practically millions of things to learn that are just a few clicks (or key strokes) away, the Internet can never be a boring place. The best way to take a break or to use your slack time is to learn.. read more →