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New Website for Vector Health goes live

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November 2, 2015

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New Website for Vector Health goes live

Vector Health is a new kind of medical practice. Located in The Woodlands, Texas, they¬†combine state-of-the-art medical care with a focus on customer service. Vector Health contacted us to develop an on-line presence that reflects their brand and mission. We’re proud of the site that resulted from this collaboration.  

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An Inactive Social Media Account Hurts Your Business

An Inactive Social Media Account Hurts Your Business

Most businesses now recognize the importance of social media. But many don’t realize that setting up a mailing list, or a Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter account can actually hurt your business… unless you keep it active and updated. Sending the Wrong Message An inactive social media account sends the wrong […]

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Google to Penalize Websites That Are Not Mobile Friendly

Google to Penalize Websites That Are Not Mobile Friendly

Today, in their blog targeting webmasters and web designers, Google announced a new initiative that will tag mobile-friendly sites in search results, making it easier for mobile device users to select websites that will work well on their devices. Initially, the only change will be a tag, but Google dropped […]

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Apple Pay Goes Live

Apple Pay Goes Live

With today’s iOS 8.1 update, Apple Pay has gone live for those carrying an iPhone 6 or 6 Plus. Here’s an example of a customer using Apple Pay for both in-person and online transactions.

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Four Obsolete Web Design Trends – 2014 Edition

Four Obsolete Web Design Trends – 2014 Edition

Web design is a field that constantly reinvents itself with new technologies and techniques, sometimes seemingly every month. While not every new technology is a step forward, there are many newer techniques¬†that improve the browsing experience for your audience. There are also old, tired techniques that don’t make sense in […]

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Lessons from a Failed Burger Joint

Lessons from a Failed Burger Joint

I love independent restaurants. And I hate to see them fail. But it’s an unfortunately common occurrence. Recently, I received news of a small burger joint near the Woodlands that had shut its doors. It’s one I’d visited, and I can’t say I was surprised to hear of them closing. […]

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New N+A Website

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September 30, 2014

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New N+A Website

When you’re in the web design business, your website is often the last one that gets updated; client projects (hopefully) keep you very busy. That has certainly been the case here. It’s like the old story of the shoemaker’s children being the last to get new shoes. But we managed […]

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Amazon Launches Low-Cost Square Competitor

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August 13, 2014

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Amazon Launches Low-Cost Square Competitor

Amazon has just announced Local Register, a Square competitor that is offering some of the lowest per-swipe fees in the industry. Startup cost is $10, and includes $10 in transaction credit. Per-swipe fee is 1.75% through Jan 1, 2016, undercutting Square and PayPal. Amazon promises next-day deposit of payments into […]

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Mobile web traffic continues fast growth

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July 23, 2014

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Mobile web traffic continues fast growth

We’re constantly analyzing web traffic for all of the sites we manage, and it’s been interesting to watch trends change over the years. We learn a lot from measuring the browsing habits of our clients’ audiences, and while we don’t disclose specifics from any of our clients, we do share […]

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