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Responsive Web Design

5 Things to Consider for Responsive Web Design

Responsive web design allows web pages to render quickly and easily on a variety of devices and different screen sizes. This is a must in today’s world where more website visits are happening via a mobile device than a desktop computer. And this number will continue to grow. In addition, Google has changed its algorithmRead More»

Developing Your Website: Template vs. Custom Design

Whether you are embarking on developing a new website or considering revamping an existing one, you should decide to either use a template to build your website or have it custom built. There isn’t a right or wrong answer. You just need to know what you want to accomplish with your site, how you wantRead More»

Thanksgiving speech!

Have you thought about your Thanksgiving toast and speech? We have.

The holiday season is upon us, and we here at Buckeye Interactive have so much to be thankful for. Specifically, we are very thankful for our clients and community partners. You give us purpose and allow us to fulfill our passion. There is nothing better than that! Read on to find out what each BuckeyeRead More»

Buckeye Interactive Gives Back

At this time of year, many people begin to think about how they can help others. Whether it is donating to a favorite charity, serving meals to the homeless, or volunteering time, many people make the act of helping others part of their holiday tradition. Buckeye Interactive associates want to make helping others part ofRead More»

SEO. A simple acronym but such a complex concept.

What is SEO? Search Engine Optimization is the process of increasing and attracting traffic to your website through organic search engine results. MOZ.com, an SEO marketing firm, has a great beginner’s guide that explains SEO down to every detail. There are many components within SEO, and MOZ.com goes through each, informing you on what’s most importantRead More»

Halloween Fonts

Spooky Fonts for Halloween

Where there is no imagination, there is no horror. — Arthur Conan Doyle   At this time of the year, we see an increased use in specialized fonts – starting with Halloween fonts. These types of fonts are popular because people like to link their event/promotion/idea with a specific holiday. Think about the emails that youRead More»

Tips to Improve Your Website’s User Experience

The number one goal of web developers and designers is to help users navigate the website in a way that meets their needs as well as the needs of the website owner. Web developers and designers want to make the user experience as seamless and unobtrusive as they can. Before creating a website, we followRead More»

3 Things You Should Know When Considering Drupal

Drupal is a reliable open-source platform designers and developers use to build websites. Originally launched in 2000, Drupal powers 2.3 percent of all websites and has a 4.6 share of the content management system market. While WordPress powers more sites, Drupal powers larger sites such as The Economist and NASA. Universities and libraries use DrupalRead More»

jargon

How to Get Rid of Jargon

To be clear, jargon refers to special words particular professions or groups use and are difficult for others to understand. Or, as my favorite jargon definition from the Merriam-Webster Dictionary states, “obscure and often pretentious language marked by circumlocutions and long words,” which makes me wonder if they were being tongue-in-cheek using jargon in theRead More»

WID Conference—An Amazing Experience

Recently, some Buckeye Interactive team members were fortunate to attend the Women in Digital (WID) conference. What an amazing experience it was to spend two days learning from and networking with both local and national women leaders in the digital space. Buckeye Interactive team member Amara Leggett had something she already knew underscored in aRead More»

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