Web Design Coding

New responsive website launched

We are pleased to launch a new responsive website for Evan Thompson and Associates, a Toronto-based communications coaching and content development firm. We rebranded, slimmed down, optimized, and deployed our very own Twitter Bootstrap WordPress Theme to create a responsive framework. In addition to developing the WordPress theme, we built a custom media gallery plugin […]

Google Sending Out Responsive Website Warnings

Is your website reponsive? Do you know what that means? As per wiki, it means “Responsive web design (RWD) is an approach to web design aimed at crafting sites to provide an optimal viewing experience—easy reading and navigation with a minimum of resizing, panning, and scrolling—across a wide range of devices (from desktop computer monitors […]

Faster Website results with Google PageSpeed Insights

The internet has grown exponentially from just a highly competitive sphere for promotion and commerce to an overcrowded marketplace where visibility is essential to success. Most competent web developers are already aware of the more traditional tools of higher internet visibility: keyword saturation, social networking promotion, and search engine optimization. But with more and more […]

Responsive WordPress Theme Developed for Blue Chip Leasing

We are happy to announce the launch of another great new website, Blue Chip Leasing. We both designed and developed this website. The content management system used for this website is WordPress and it is fully responsive. Special attention was paid to 3 key areas of the website and Blue Chip’s main services, Broker Partners, Vendor […]

Seven Elements of Great Website Design

In today’s post I wanted to talk a little about some of the elements that make up a great website design. There are a lot of design principles that go into website design but I chose seven I wanted to touch on today and those are: Ease of Navigation Calls to Action Informational Footer Stylized […]

Responsive Website Launched: Triton Background Checks

We are pleased to announce the launch of a new website, Triton Background Checks. This is a fully responsive hand coded website which has web form integration and clear “calls to action” which  lead users towards filling the forms. It works seamlessly with a WordPress blog which is used to handle all the latest news articles […]

6 Trends in Web Design to Look Forward to in 2015

Hard to believe we are in the last few months of 2014 already! As this year draws to a close, it’s only logical that as we look toward 2015, we begin to investigate the new trends in web design we may expect to see in the coming year. We have already seen the demand for […]

phpExcel: Adding accounting format and review

While working on a long-standing CMS (Content Management System) project I needed to find a way to export database results into a working Excel document. For years I have been creating functions which exported .CSV files which were then easily imported into Excel, but for this project a working Excel document was needed and I […]

Twenty Fourteen Responsive WordPress Theme Review

To start off the new year I decided to play with the new Twenty Fourteen WordPress theme. It is fully responsive and aimed towards online magazine web sites.  After some initial exploring and figuring out the new features, I was pleased with this theme. Here is the demo website you can use to try all […]

Using .htaccess to 301 redirect WordPress URLs to the Root

I recently had to move a WordPress blog from a subfolder named “/blog/” to the root of the web server, the blog portion of the website used to be in its own folder and seperate from the main website. I rebuilt the entire website with a new WordPress install and imported all the posts. This […]