Responsive Web Design

Why Today Is Already Too Late To Make Your Website Mobile-Friendly

April 22, 2015

If you’re still thinking about how to make your website more mobile-friendly, you better stop thinking and start doing because you’re about to get left behind. In case you missed it, Google modified its search algorithms yesterday, resulting in a major change to the way the search engine ranks websites.

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Content Considerations for a Responsive Web Design

January 08, 2015

When you embark on a responsive web design project, you’ll be spending a lot of time looking at how designs resolve from one browser experience to another, and wireframing layouts across devices. But you should also devote a hefty amount of time to examining and planning your content.

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#makeitawesome: StudentCity Launches New Responsive Website

August 07, 2014

While every college and university seems to have their own unique school traditions, spring break happens to be a yearly ritual that transcends campuses and brings together students from across the country to share in a week of fun and sun. StudentCity helps make these trips memorable for college students everywhere.

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Responsive Web Design: You’ve Come a Long Way

May 21, 2014

In the last few years, responsive web design (RWD) has become the standard website implementation to address the needs of mobile users. During that time, RWD has evolved from a basic, template-based approach to a sophisticated and customized one. If you’re thinking about redesigning your site to optimize for mobile, you’ll want to understand what a responsive design looks like today as well as where it’s going next in order to make sure you spend your redesign dollars wisely.

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An Event Apart: Boston 2014

May 14, 2014

An Event Apart is billed as “the design conference for people who make websites” and each year the experience exceeds expectations. The conference offers an opportunity for people who are involved in any part of the web design process to come together for knowledge sharing and networking. Sessions are led by everyone from industry visionaries to master practitioners, and give attendees from a wide range of disciplines plenty of food for thought.

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Responsive Design 2.0: Dynamic Serving and The Future of Mobile Web Design

April 28, 2014

Back in 2010, it seemed to come out of nowhere – responsive web design (RWD) – a term coined by visionary designer Ethan Marcotte that would soon become a household name in web design and mobile strategy. For many, this was an entirely new concept: the idea that web content could be intelligently adapted to a variety of mobile form factors by using HTML and CSS alone.

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The new OHO.com has launched!

April 01, 2014

Around here, the old saying “the cobbler’s children have no shoes” hit home when it came to talking about our website. As a digital strategy firm, we’re always focused on creating and building award-winning websites for our clients, so for a while our own website took a backseat. But that’s not the case anymore. We’re so excited to announce the launch of the new OHO.com, a complete reimagining of our digital presence.

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GradCity Launches Responsive Website

March 17, 2014

Growing up in the snowy winters of the Northeast can be fun. Snow days! Hot cocoa! It can also be disappointing, like during your senior year when your high school combines February and April vacations into one week in March because of an excess of snow days. Losing a week of vacation was harsh, but it did get us the parental sympathy required to take a senior trip.

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Responsive Website Launch: St. John’s University Rolls Out New Drupal Site

January 30, 2014

Launching a national advertising campaign that invests your valuable budget dollars in television, radio, print, outdoor, and online media is a great way to drive traffic and give a push toward reaching your business goals. But if you’re driving to a poor web experience, you’re wasting your money. Luckily, the digital media team at St.

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Mobile Usability Testing Best Practices Guide Now Available

November 18, 2013

With more and more people regularly accessing the Internet from hand-held devices, websites that are not optimized for mobile are going to be left behind. Creating a seamless user experience for visitors on mobile devices is critical to your ability to connect with site users, and ultimately, for meeting your key performance metrics.

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