7 (+1) Form Design Best Practices and Examples for Improving WordPress UX

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The end goal of creating a website is generating leads and conversions. We all know how a website’s user experience has a significant role in helping webmasters achieve this objective.  Research reveals that it only takes 50 milliseconds for users to form an opinion about a website. The first impression is largely based on website […]

The Power of a Custom Website in El Paso

Plus, a big congratulations to Tom Lea Institute’s Adair Margo! It’s no secret that you can’t run an organization in the modern world without a website. But did you know you also need a great custom website to preserve works of art for future generations? Case in point: El Paso’s First Lady Adair Magro, founder […]

El Paso’s Tom Lea Institute Launches New Website and a Gourmet Dinner

The Tom Lea Institute launched a stunning redesign of its website, www.tomlea.com, to provide visitors, art lovers, and history buffs with enhanced access to the story and work of El Paso’s renowned artist Tom Lea. The new website is also the best place to learn about exciting events, like this month’s “Made in El Paso! […]

Case Study: Creating an Artful Website for the Tom Lea Institute

About Tom Lea Institute The Tom Lea Institute in El Paso is a non-profit organization that celebrates and shares the art and writings of renowned artist Tom Lea. They are dedicated to developing new audiences and strengthening existing relationships with art, education, history, and literary constituencies through their events, tours, and website.azine. October is nationally […]

Your Way to a Professional Website: To DIY or Not to DIY, That Is the Question

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There is a time and place for everything, there are fixes and do it yourselfers that are best left to the professionals. When it comes to your website, there are several factors that will determine whether you need a fully custom website, designed from scratch; or if a do-it-yourself option like Wix, Weebly, or Squarespace […]

Case Study: Grant Norsworthy

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[su_row] [su_column size=”1/3″] [/su_column] [su_column size=”2/3″ ] About Grant Norsworthy Grant Norsworthy is a Grammy-nominated, Dove Award-winning musician and speaker. His message was born from a personal journey that was deeply impacted by the Word of God. He is uniquely qualified as a captivating voice on a number of important topics to all sincere followers of […]

To Do It Yourself, or Not – Is a DIY Website Right for You?

A Book for Web Design and a Mac

7 questions to ask yourself before taking on a project Everyone loves a good do-it-yourself project, and we live in a time when we can find out how to create anything we want in a matter of minutes. There’s a plethora of step-by-step videos and articles to choose from. I swear, as I was writing […]

Selecting a color palette for your website

Selecting a color palette for your website

The colors used in your website should match or compliment the colors in your logo. Check out this blog post for tips on selecting colors that work well together. You can also read this post on the psychology of color to help guide your choices. You will be selecting three main colors for your QuickLaunch […]

8 Signal’s Top Client Redesigns

Hopefully you’ve been following the story of 8 Signal’s own website redesign and relaunch this month and maybe even picked up some ideas along the way! This week we want to share the stories of four of our clients who came to us in need of a redesign — all for different reasons and with […]

Content Over Design. How Design Enhances Our Message and Our User Experience

Thought over Design

After we determined what content needed to be updated, it was time to put our mad design skills to use. Content first. Design second. Do you have an opinion on this? It kind of sounds like a “chicken and the egg” argument: which came first?When it’s time to create your website, debating the chicken and […]