A lot of business owners have never considered this question. Here’s a hint: If you aren’t sure if you own your website design, then you probably don’t. That’s because many websites are designed from publicly […]
Lately, some of our clients have been asking about purchasing an SSL for their website. Usually, it’s because they’ve heard it’s a big trend in web design and Internet marketing, but might not know exactly […]
The visuals on your website are important. Not only do they help tell a story and enhance your credibility, but they make an instant impression. In fact, researchers estimate the human mind can process images […]
Usually, when business owners talk to us about web design, they are particularly interested in layouts, logos, and colors. However, as important as these elements are, it’s often the “extra touches” that separate good websites […]
For most business owners and marketers, success in search engine optimization comes down to a simple equation: use more keywords and get more links, then watch as traffic flows to your website and new customers […]
Continuing our end-of-year blog round-up, this week’s topic is design. We’ve pulled together our most popular blogs about design. These blogs cover topics from package design to logo colors. Check ‘em out and see if […]
InBusiness Magazine honors Tingalls Graphic Design with First Place in 2015 Executive Choice Awards Recognition by the InBusiness Magazine’s Executive Choice Awards is an honor highly sought after. Winners in a variety of categories are […]
Websites – by now it’s a staple of any successful marketing mix. But there are shades of grey between the black and white of a good or bad website. The difference between “a website” and […]
At Tingalls Graphic Design, we work really hard. Taking ideas from our clients’ minds and turning them into a visual reality is challenging at times. We work just as hard to keep our creative work […]
Web Design 2016 and Beyond Part II – Tools, Terms and More Last week (link) we talked about the history of the Internet. Websites are inherently dated products, as much as any print collateral you […]
It seems hard to believe, but web design has been a “thing” for more than 20 years. In those two short decades business as we once knew it changed more than it had in the […]
If currently your website is utilizing optimal keywords and fresh relevant content, it’s a non-sleeping, never-surrendering, always on-time, no sick days salesperson for you and your organization. It’s the equivalent of a TV commercial 24/7/365 with no air time fees.
In our ongoing efforts to keep clients and friends up to date, here are the latest questions from our FAQ file:
Typically, Google releases their updates as a sort of sneak attack – it’s very rare that they give any warning to webmasters and site owners. This is because historically Google updates are designed to improve Search Engine Results Pages (SERPs).
Content that counts comes in many forms. This isn’t your first day on the Internet – odds are you have a Facebook account, Twitter feed or even more. Have you noticed any patterns? Everything happens at light speed, in short tiny bursts of concentrated information. This is counter intuitive – the assumption is that audiences want detailed and elaborate explanations of services and products, events and everything else.
It’s not your Spidey-Sense tingling, you’re feeling Project Success. It’s what we at Tingalls Graphic Design call “The Awesome Index.” At Tingalls we deal with awesome all day, so we’re not willy-nilly with the term Project Success. It’s a direct result of our creative process.